LED light columns with three-sided illumination

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11 August 2016
We-ef's LTP444 light columns illuminate the outdoor areas of the Broad Art Museum in East Lansing of Michigan, USA. Architect: Zaha Hadid Architects, Integrated Design Solutions.

The versatile WE-EF light column product range is designed to meet the many architectural and technical requirements for the lighting of squares and promenades, access roads and paths.

For example, LTP444 light columns illuminate the outdoor areas of the Broad Art Museum in East Lansing of Michigan, USA. With their streamlined, clearly proportioned design, they fit in nicely with the stark edges of the building's cubature. At the same time, the three-sided symmetrical light from the approximately four-metre- high luminaires ensures basic illumination of the frequently used footpaths.

The large LTP444 and LSP444 light columns, which are four metres tall, and the smaller 1.5 metre LTP434 and LSP434 columns are all now available with LED technology. Three prismatic polycarbonate lenses, which are offset by 120 degrees, provide symmetrical, diffuse light distribution. The LED boards can be installed and removed easily, allowing smooth retrofitting. The luminaires are supplied with a connected wattage of 37 W with colour temperature 3000 K as standard, while 4000 K is optionally available.

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