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Down in-line

product:
Down in-line
manufacturer:
Kreon
designer:
Kristof Pycke
date:
2012
status:
Showroom Viewable
(sydney)
Technical information:

Kreon Down in line

Down in-Line

The appearance of light

Down in-Line provides depth to your architecture through a unique system of built-in louvres.

This fixture consists of three elements: the plasterkit, the housing (which is clicked into the plasterkit) and the louvre for the seamless finish.

The seamless design is assured by a special screwless installation frame.

This metal frame employs a simple clip system to hold the lamp housing and the louvre.

The oblique louvre is available in several colors.

kr917703_d80 Down in-Line 80 is developed for QR-CBC51 and LED (2700k, CRI ≥80) lightsources.

Down in-line 80 can be rotated up to 360° and tilted by 30° without compromising the recessed position of the lamp or the glare control.

The luminaire can aim both at vertical and horizontal surfaces. Down in-line 80 is equipped with a filter holder and antiglare ring.

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Down in-Line 40

Down in-Line 40 is developed for Cree LED (2700k, CRI ≥80) light sources.

Down in-Line 40 can be rotated up to 360° and tilted by 30° without compromising the recessed position of the lamp or the glare control.

The luminaire can aim at both vertical and horizontal surfaces.
Down in-Line 40 is equipped with a TIR lens holder and anti glare ring.

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Down in-Line 55

Down in-Line 55 is a range of architectural downlights with square or rectangular apertures.

The small dimensions of this range make them ideal to discreetly produce architectural accent lighting.

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Down in-Line 76

Down in-Line 76 is a range of architectural downlights with square or rectangular apertures.

The small dimensions of this range makes them ideal to create discreet architectural accents on your ceiling.

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Down in-Line 80

Down in-Line 80 is developed for QR-CBC51 and LED lightsources.

Down in-line 80 can be rotated up to 360° and tilted by 30° without compromising the recessed position of the lamp or the glare control.

The luminaire can aim both at vertical and horizontal surfaces.

Down in-line 80 is equipped with a filter holder and antiglare ring.

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Down in-Line 120

Down in-Line 120 is developed for lightsources ranging from 18,5W to 60W.

High efficiency aluminium reflectors for QT12-ax, HIT-TC and LED are easy to install and provide great flexibility in lighting effects to suit any project requirement.

The standard range is equipped with a softening lens within an antiglare ring. Additional filters can be inserted into the same ring

The different plasterkits offer the choice between a shadowgap or a seamless finish.

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Down in-Line 153

Down in-Line 153 is a range of architectural down lights with square or rectangular apertures.

The concept has been further developed and can now be offered with directional low-voltage halogen and metal halide with changeable reflectors.

The light beam can now be aimed into the room to perform different lighting tasks.

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Down in-Line 165

Down in-Line 165 is developed for lightsources ranging from 20W to 100W.

High efficiency aluminium reflectors for QT12-ax, HIT-TC and LED are easy to install and provide great flexibility in lighting effects to suit any project requirement.

The standard range is equipped with a softening lens within an antiglare ring.

Additional filters can be inserted into the same ring

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Down in-Line 183

Down in-Line 183 is a range of architectural downlights with square or rectangular apertures.

The Down in-Line 183 is developed for compact fluorescent and halogen metal vapour lamps.

The fixture directs light downwards in a narrow or wide beam and is intended for general lighting applications.

 

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Product Designer

Kristof Pycke

Kristof Pycke

Kreon

Born in Belgium, Kristof Pycke graducated with a master’s degree at Henry De Velde Institute in Antewerp in 1995. He worked in product development at Massive consumer lighting division (1996-1998) and head of product design and developemtn at Kreon (1999-2005). In 2005-2007, he became the art director at Kreon developing the company’s product design and development and corporate ide... More

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