The latest addition to the Selux M-Series LED line, M130 LED, is perfect for the specifier looking for more illumination combined with the same flexibility and quality you've come to expect from Selux M-Series. M130 LED is ideal for gyms, retail spaces, museums, libraries, or other large indoor spaces with high ceilings.
Various installation options include: wall mount,
pendant, surface mount, recessed: spackle flange, suspension clips, 1"
studs, rotating crossbars, and perimeter mounting. The additional SF3 mounting option
allows an after sheetrock spackle.
Clockwise:Pendant, Recessed Flangeless, Surface, Recessed
The M36 LED is designed for different optical systems for symmetrical and asymmetrical photometrics.
Selux stands behind the quality of the M-Series LED product line and offers a 5 year limited warranty on all LED products. We welcome you to contact us directly or visit us online to learn more about how we can support the freedom and interpretation of your designs.
With the innovative M-Series LED, Selux remains the market leader and is proud to have won the recent Next Generation Luminaire Award (NGL) competition and the Architectural SSL Product Innovation Award (PIA).
M-Series LED interweaves three key elements: advanced technology, talented design, and sustainable solutions.
Porsche Museum, Stuttgart, Germany
Architect: Delugan Meissl, WeinLighting Designer: DELUX, ZurichPhotography: Achim Hatzius
Colorado School of Mines, Marquez Hall Golden, CO
Architect: Bohlin Cywinski Jackson and Anderson Mason Dale ArchitectsDesign: Shaffer Baucom EngineeringPhotography: ©Nic Lehoux
Stanley M. Truhlsen Eye InstituteUniversity of Nebraska Medical Center
Architect: Alley Poyner Macchietto Architecture, P.C.
Stan Hema Branding Agency Berlin, Germany
Architect: Thomas BendelPhotography: Achim Hatzius
Chapwood Capital InvestmentsAddison, Texas
Architect/Designer: GO StudiosPhotography: Steven Vaughan Photography
DragerMississauga, Ontario, Canada
Lighting Designer: SDI Interior DesignElectrical Engineering: Summit EngineeringRepresentation: Salex, Inc.Photography: Light Monkey Studio
Heller Ehrman Law FirmSan Francisco, CA
Architect: Studios ArchitecturePhotography: Benny Chan Fotoworks