Suspended lighting with Heat pipe technology to cool LEDs.
For powerful light, precisely where you need it.

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Combined up and down light
with full flexible control.

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Alters to suit changing needs throughout the day.

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Suspended down-light with a controlled
pool of powerful illumination.

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Ideal for lighting task surfaces, such as meeting tables and office desks.

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Suspended up-light with an ultra-wide
distribution of powerful illumination.

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Optimal lighting for open spaces, such as atriums, foyers and offices.

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Fluorescent lights can create problems, including reduced light output over time, wasted light in all directions, costly replacement, noise pollution and hazardous material.

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Some businesses opt for recessed
LED lights. But without effective
cooling, their efficacy may drop
over time, which can result in
inefficient lighting.

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Cu-Beam™ suspended light technology works differently.

Heat pipe technology

Cu-Beam™ suspended lights come equipped with an effective cooling system. Heat is transferred away from the light source and dissipated along the wings.


Custom-engineered lens

A single light source allows accurate optical control. Precisely calculated optical geometry directs light without compromising output.


Single high-power LEDs

Because of Heat pipe technology,
Cu-Beam™ suspended lights are able to use single, high-power light sources.


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Heat pipe technology

Six vacuum-sealed tubes span the wings of the Cu-Beam™ suspended lights. Each tube contains a drop of water.

When the light is switched on, the heat generated by the LEDs turns the water inside the tubes into vapour. The vapour begins moving along the tubes due to the difference in pressure.


As soon the vapour reaches a cool area of the tube, it condenses back into water. Heat energy is dissipated evenly through a series of aluminium fins, which form the light's wings.


A copper wick draws the water back towards the LEDs via capillary action, and the cycle begins again.

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Find out more about the Cu-Beam™ suspended light range

Alters to suit changing needs throughout the day.

Ideal for lighting task surfaces such as meeting tables and office desks.

Optimal lighting for open spaces, such as atriums, foyers and offices.

Combined up and down light with full flexible control.

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“My team and I have spent 10 years immersed in the science of powerful, long-lasting illumination. Now, we’ve developed a lighting technology that can adapt to different tasks throughout the day.”

Three Cu-Beam duo splits of light for different working scenarios.

A custom-built driver splits the light ratio to suit different needs.

Presenting


With more light upwards and less light downwards, the presenter’s screen can become the focal point.


Meeting


More light directed downwards illuminates the table, to aid note-taking and discussions across the table.


Out of hours


Full up-light provides a blanket of ambient illumination across the space – ideal for maintenance staff.


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Directing light where it’s needed provides optimal visual conditions, preventing wasted light and helping to reduce eye strain.

Ricochet™ technology maintains the output of every lumen.

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With adjustable one-touch shutters and a reflective surface, Ricochet™ technology converts unwanted down-light into up-light, preventing light being wasted.

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Closed shutters for up-light

Closing the adjustable shutters allows Ricochet™ technology to recover unwanted down-light. It reflects it upwards, to maximise lumen output and provide very high efficacy.

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Open shutters for down-light

This allows more lumens to go downwards, to maximise downward light distribution onto the task plane.

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Combined up and down light with full flexible control.

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Suspended down-light with a controlled
pool of powerful illumination.

Cu-Beam down-light installed over bank of 2 desks.
 

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Custom-engineered lens

Directs light onto a surface for powerful and efficient task lighting.

Single high-power LED

A chip on board LED provides a fixture light output of 5120 lm.

A custom-engineered lens, combined with adjustable shutters, provides precise task lighting. Ideal for board room tables and desks.

Controlled pyramid of light

When mounted at 1.3m above the task area, Cu-Beam™ down-light projects 643lx
evenly over an area of 3.2m x 1.6m.

Suspended up-light with an ultra-wide
distribution of powerful illumination.

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One light for the whole room

Using a custom-engineered bubble optic lens,
the Cu-Beam™ up-light casts a wide pool of light
across the ceiling, creating ambient light.

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Custom-engineered bubble optic lens

Projects an ultra-wide beam of light towards the ceiling, creating ambient light.

Single high-power LED

A chip on board LED provides a fixture light output of 7704 lm.

Wide distribution of light

When mounted at 400mm from the ceiling, Cu-Beam™ up-light projects light evenly over an area of 4m wide.

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