Posted in materials on March 23, 2015 11:04 am EDT

The Logic by Delta Light USA

Logic can be used to accentuate trees or sculptures, as well as to uplight facades or large garden features.

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TAGS: architectural lighting, energy efficiency, landscaping, led, uplight,

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By Church Designer Staff

Installation is facilitated thanks to the incorporated watertight power supply in the supply cable, Delta Light reports, and the watertight (ip68) connector to connect directly to the mains.

The Logic by Delta Light USA stands for a new generation of floor recessed luminaires -- a complete range of 100% waterproof and shock-resistant LED in-ground luminaires designed to ensure an intense uplight effect, thanks to use of powerful LED arrays.



The uplight effect of the Logic serves to enhance the architectural character of projects and landscapes, the company reports. Thanks to its multiple reflector options – 11° / 30° / 55° - Logic can be used to accentuate trees or sculptures, but also to uplight facades or large garden features, to create a sense of depth or indicate the right direction along paths and driveways. The choice in installation – recessed trim or surface-mounted trim – and its round or square shape allow you to match look and feel with the design of the building.



Installation is facilitated thanks to the incorporated watertight power supply in the supply cable, Delta Light reports, and the watertight (ip68) connector to connect directly to the mains. The Logic fits Delta Light’s standard Genie Box, so installers can reportedly easily swop Genie 90 dichroic ground spots with this new LED version.

 

 

 

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