WE-EF introduces the VLR100 series
In addition to the comprehensive range of luminaires for lighting streets, footpaths and public spaces, WE-EF has a wide range of luminaires for architectural lighting requirements. Now the VLR100 takes the spotlight, as this new linear wallwasher series joins the WE-EF product range.
The European headquarters of Bloomberg L.P. - designed by Foster + Partners – is set to become one of the most eye-catching buildings in London's Walbrook Square. Currently under construction, the facade will feature impressive illumination effects provided by WE-EF's new VLR100 linear wallwasher, surface mounted luminaires
Specially developed for this project in co-operation with New York lighting design firm Tillotson Design Associates, the VLR luminaire posed particular challenges for the design engineers at WE-EF. In addition to the usual high degree of protection for outdoor use (IP67 rated), the luminaires also required very different dimensions and technology (for example, customised to the particular geometry of the building).
The VLR100 series is suitable for either indoor or outdoor applications and feature wattages ranging from 7.5 W to 37.5 W. Five standard lengths are available, from 328 mm to 1,528 mm. Customised lengths can be produced in 100 mm increments on request, based on individual project requirements.
The luminaires can be tilted up to 180 degrees, enabling the light direction to be flexibly adapted to individual project installation characteristics. An additional feature is a variable suspension technique that allows post-installation, fine-tuning adjustments to be made on-site to ensure precision light distribution.
The VLR100 series is available in a wide range of symmetric beam distributions: [LB] wide; [LM] medium; [LE] narrow; and [LEE] very narrow. The luminaire's LED driver comes equipped with a DALI interface. The shorter 328 mm version is fitted with a separate driver while longer versions have an integrated driver. However, a separate driver is available for any version on request. The modular design of the luminaires allows for existing luminaires to be replaced with linear lenses.
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