Cities are lively, vibrant places that are always in motion. Changes in use within communal spaces or multi-functional concepts are transforming urban spaces and with it, the requirements for lighting. As a modular system luminaire in the shape of a slim, cylindrical light column, Lif provides full freedom for the creation of light settings in urban spaces and the smart implementation of these using networked functions. More flexible than any other luminaire, it adapts itself to the widest variety of urban lighting tasks. By day, Lif occupies a reserved role in the cityscape but it is during darkness that it demonstrates its true versatility – depending on the configuration, it can be transformed into a luminaire for squares or pathways, an accent light, or even all of these at once, while at all times remaining a minimalist light column. Lighting tools like the pathway module or the Gobo projector for eyecatching projection effects expand and enhance the scope of planning. New spacer elements in four heights perfectly complement the versatile configuration options of Lif, while smart components like a loudspeaker module, camera, or WiFi element make this light column a key element in smart cities.
Design self-contained light module for the illumination of paths and squares · rotatable from 0–360° Construction aluminium die-cast · PMMA moulded body transparent or satin-finish Light source LED 3000K, 4000 K Light distribution symmetric · asymmetric Mounting as the topmost element on the column Options dimming: DALI
Design self-contained light module for illumination of objects · with mounting element rotation between 0 and 360° Construction die-cast aluminium ∙ safety glass with polished edges Light source LED 3000K, 4000 K Light distribution vertical beam (parallel, planar) ∙ horizontal beam (symm./asymm., wide/narrow, left/right) Mounting for assembly in Lif mounting elements with various positioning options Options dimming: DALI
Design twinspot module for spotlighting of objects · with mounting element rotation between 0 and 360° Construction die-cast aluminium · safety glass with polished edges · ±45° pivotable Light source LED 3000K, 4000K Light distribution spot · medium Mounting for assembly in Lif mounting elements with various positioning options Options dimming: DALI
Design self-contained accent element for ambient lighting · creating a cohesive shape with the column body Construction aluminum body with opale half shells Light source LED RGB Mounting as a column termination or below the top element Options dimming: DALI
With its glass gobos the LIF Gobo spotlight enables a diverse range of fascinating projections in public spaces. Logos, graphics, texts and photographs are projected in maximum quality. The glass gobos are highly durable even when in permanent professional use and retain their color well over many years.
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Construction aluminium extruded profile with aluminium die-cast terminations · available in four sizes · can be stacked on top of one another and installed as required rotation between 0–360° Mounting for the mounting of facade and twin spot modules or as a design element Options optionally available with a rear cover
Construction galvanised steel · available in different sizes Recommended pole height 2000m - 8000m Finish powder-coated
Design module with two integrated speakers · with mounting element freely mountable between 0 – 360 ° Construction die-cast aluminum Audio characteristics directional characteristic and frequency response see data sheet Mounting installation in LIF mounting elements with different positions
Design housing element for receiving dome cameras from different manufacturers Construction galvanized and painted steel with aluminum veneer Mounting additively stackable and freely rotatable between 0-360 ° Options adapter plates for three selected dome cameras available, others on request
Design housing element for holding WiFi components · easy maintenance due to removable housing halves Construction aluminum body with black PMMA half shells Mounting as a column termination or below the top element