News Date: 07 Aug 2017
Australian LED technology company Brightgreen launches the new 2000-lumen collection, featuring 4 commercial-output LEDs - the T2000 H Curve, the D2000 SH Curve, the D2000 SHX Curve and the D2000 Curve.
Providing a powerful 2000 lumens of brightness, each luminaire offers double the light output of any other light in the Brightgreen range. The collection allows designers to achieve higher lux levels with less fittings – offering more lumens per dollar.
Ideal for larger spaces that call for brighter lights and better colour accuracy, the 2000-lumen collection uses Tru-Colour technology to highlight interior details by enhancing the appearance of colours in visual merchandise displays, floor stock and shop fittings.
In addition to providing brilliant Tru-Colour illumination, all designs offer a 55-degree directional beam that can be used to wash interiors with smooth, vibrant beams or layered creatively for greater visual depth.
Each light in the collection features an advanced digital driver to eliminate imperceptible flicker, a common problem in low-quality LED designs that can cause unwanted eyestrain, fatigue and headaches.
Made from tier 3 recyclable aluminium, the collection has been designed to fit seamlessly into modern interiors – providing a fitting to suit every space, whether it requires recessed, track, fixed or flexible surface-mounted downlights.
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