Trilux SncPoint 905
  • It is not enough when lighting in corridors, foyers, exhibition spaces and shops is simply ""standard-compliant and practical"" - the right light also sets appealing accents and creates a prestigious and inviting ambience. The new Scenatic Point 905 has been developed for this purpose. The LED spotlight with reflector technology even fits into tight intermediate ceiling spaces thanks to its compact construction. The luminaire is also able to illuminate almost any area in an attractive and targeted way due to flexible pan-and-tilt alignment in all directions. Available in differing construction sizes and with various luminous flux packages, the Scenatic Point 905 is highly adaptable and thanks to high energy efficiency levels and very simple installation, the spotlight is ideal for refurbishing lighting systems featuring standard low voltage luminaires.

Luminaire Type
DescriptionCompact LED downlight with round construction
Application AreasFor prestigious lighting of offices, banks, hotels, restaurants, corridors, foyers, and sales, exhibition and conference rooms, as well as residential areas.
Mounting MethodsRecessed downlight for cut-out ceiling openings, Installation in cast concrete ceilings via accessories
Optical System
Optics:'Highly specular aluminium reflector (HR)
Light DistributionDirect distribution
LED System - Light Source
Light SourceLED technology
Luminous Flux700lm - 1.200lm
Connected Load9W - 14W
Luminous Efficiency95lm/W
Service LifeL70(tq 25 °C) = 50,000h
Light Colour3000K / 4000K / Active LED system
Colour Rendering IndexRa > 80
Housing
HousingLuminaire body of diecast aluminium, white, powder-coated
Housing OptionsØ76mm - Ø86mm
AccessoriesDiffuser, frame accessory options
Electrical Version
Electrical VersionET (Electronic Transformer) / ETDD (DALI)
Certificates Standards
Protection RateIP20 / IP54
Safety ClassClass II
Impact ResistanceIK02 / 0,2J
CertificatesCE, ENEC VDE
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