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The Line – Revolutionary sustainable

The new Line luminaire family takes a radical approach to sustainability: a timeless, minimalist design for a long service life with reduced material consumption and high lighting quality. It is based on a completely rethought basic concept that forgoes a conventional luminaire head and integrates the optics as a vertical line in the pole and is very flexible. This innovative style allows a completely new aesthetic impact to unfold. With its timeless design, Line achieves new clarity in urban spaces.

Min­imised to the max – light­ing for streets, paths and squares all from one ver­ti­cal line

The Line — cre­ated for time­less appli­ca­tions where a high demand for light­ing qual­ity is expected. Thanks to the min­i­mal use of mate­ri­als, mod­u­lar con­struc­tion and smart func­tion­al­ity, plan­ning with the Line has no bound­aries. The pre­ci­sion optics of the Com­fort and Per­for­mance ver­sions in com­bi­na­tion with warmer light colours ensure both pri­vate premises and open nature are illu­mi­nated to the high­est cal­i­bre.

Light for gen­er­a­tions

Time­less design

The design phi­los­o­phy behind the Line is to rad­i­cally reduce the com­plex­ity of a luminaire’s form by inte­grat­ing the optics into a ver­ti­cal line. The result: slim line lumi­naires that sup­port a calm and clear urban land­scape.

Scal­able light

In order to achieve dif­fer­ent appli­ca­tions, the optic mod­ules are avail­able in four sizes with cor­re­spond­ingly scaled lumen out­puts. The mod­ules have inno­v­a­tive micro­facetted gold or silver coloured reflec­tor sys­tems with var­i­ous light dis­tri­b­u­tions for the illu­mi­na­tion of streets, paths, squares, parks up to the build­ing.

Pro­tec­tion for nature and animal king­dom

Golden reflec­tors com­bined with warm light colours like 2200 K or 2700 K con­sider the needs of wildlife and ensure a pleas­ant light­ing mood and a sense of well-being. Thanks to pre­ci­sion optics, the Line does not pro­duce any dis­turb­ing stray light and thus pro­tects pri­vate spaces and the night sky from light pol­lu­tion.

Indi­vid­u­ally cus­tomiz­able

To meet indi­vid­ual needs while also empha­sis­ing the char­ac­ter of a city, a com­mu­nity or a square, all the optics in the Line family are avail­able in two dif­fer­ent ver­sions: a per­for­mance ver­sion that is, as the name sug­gests, per­for­mance-driven lumen output and effi­ciency, and a Com­fort design with light guid­ing lou­vers, which guar­an­tee excep­tional visual com­fort. This ensures effi­cient com­pli­ance with light­ing stan­dards even when using widely spaced poles, and allows areas with lower mount­ing heights and higher require­ment in terms of visual com­fort to also be illu­mi­nated in a people-friendly way.

Diver­sity of mate­ri­al­ity and colour: In addi­tion to steel, there is also a spe­cial edi­tion con­crete-look finish for the Line. The look of both mate­ri­als can be cus­tomised to no end. Steel poles are tai­lored with a powder coat­ing, for exam­ple, which also pro­tects them against cor­ro­sion. A com­pre­hen­sive palette of colours allows dif­fer­ent char­ac­ter­is­tics to be achieved, from har­mo­nious colour tones to con­trast-rich accents.

Intel­li­gent and future-proof

Impor­tant Smart City func­tions can be installed via an optional Zhaga inter­face. If required, the optics can also be easily exchanged, making them future-proof.

Also for exist­ing poles

The Line uni­ver­sal toolkit also includes ver­ti­cal, linear optic mod­ules for mount­ing on or on top of exist­ing poles. Streets and paths can thus be out­fit­ted with inno­v­a­tive light­ing tech­nol­ogy cost-effec­tively.

Sus­tain­able value chain

The com­po­nents of the Line are sourced almost exclu­sively in Ger­many – short travel dis­tances allow for even more sus­tain­abil­ity. We man­u­fac­ture the lumi­naire in our own fac­tory near Pots­dam. How­ever, on request, we also sup­port the research for local man­u­fac­tur­ing part­ners in their region to ensure that the steel com­pone­nents of the Line (mast, gear tray, con­nec­tions) is man­u­fac­tured locally. In this case, Selux sup­plies the optics, the dri­vers and the know-how.

20 years guar­an­tee of the deliv­ery of spare parts

We offer a 20-year guar­an­tee for the deliv­ery of spare parts.


The Line Family

Light columns, pole lumi­naires, bol­lards, wall lumi­naires. In order to achieve dif­fer­ent appli­ca­tions, the optic mod­ules are avail­able in four sizes with cor­re­spond­ingly scaled lumen out­puts.


Per­for­mance and Com­fort

All optics are avail­able in dif­fer­ent light dis­tri­b­u­tions and two dif­fer­ent ver­sions: a per­for­mance ver­sion that is, as the name sug­gests, per­for­mance-driven lumen output and effi­ciency, and a Com­fort design with light guid­ing lou­vers, which guar­an­tee excep­tional visual com­fort. This ensures effi­cient com­pli­ance with light­ing stan­dards even when using widely spaced poles, and allows areas with lower mount­ing heights and higher require­ment in terms of visual com­fort to also be illu­mi­nated in a people-friendly way. The pre­cisely directed light thereby pro­tects pri­vate spaces and the night sky.

Light dis­tri­b­u­tions

sym­met­ric
asym­met­ric
asym­met­ric + path­way

Diver­sity of mate­ri­al­ity and colour

A com­pre­hen­sive palette of colours allows dif­fer­ent char­ac­ter­is­tics to be achieved, from har­mo­nious colour tones to con­trast-rich accents, as well as a choice of sur­face fin­ishes such as matte, gloss or a metal­lic effect.
In addi­tion to steel, there is also a spe­cial edi­tion con­crete-look finish for the Line. Con­crete fin­ishes create new accents in lumi­naires. The most com­monly used mate­r­ial in modern archi­tec­ture is some­thing of a chameleon: depend­ing on how it is processed, it can form rough and warm, or smooth and cool sur­faces, and it can be coloured to fit with its sur­round­ings. Con­crete con­struc­tions are robust, durable and rugged, and are viewed less as tech­nol­ogy and more as archi­tec­ture in the cityscape.

Made in Ger­many

The com­po­nents of the Line are sourced almost exclu­sively in Ger­many – short travel dis­tances allow for even more sus­tain­abil­ity. We man­u­fac­ture the lumi­naire in our own fac­tory near Pots­dam. How­ever, on request, we also sup­port the research for local man­u­fac­tur­ing part­ners in their region to ensure that the steel com­pone­nents of the Line — mast, gear tray, con­nec­tions — is man­u­fac­tured locally. In this case, Selux sup­plies the optics, thedrivers and the know-how.

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