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      PerfectBeam gen2 has been dedicatedly designed to deliver excellent quality of light in museum applications. It strikes the perfect balance between presenting and preserving art, between ever-changing exhibitions and the need for low maintenance and energy-efficiency. The often conflicting demands for good visibility and conservation are now satisfied with an LED lighting solution that doesn’t emit any harmful UV or IR rays. PerfectBeam gen2 presents masterpieces and objects in their true colours, subtly attracting the viewer’s eye, making it easy to see, interpret and appreciate works of art down to the smallest detail. It enables you to use light to evoke emotions and create an unforgettable museum experience. Its modular design, variable beam, beam-shaping accessories and onboard dimming or DALI ensure maximum flexibility to cope with changing exhibitions and lighting needs, now and in the future.PerfectBeam gen2 is the right solution for high-end fashion retail where you need to enhance colours and materials, and underline details.


      Superior light quality – making visible what the artist or designer intended
      Optimal art preservation – protecting precious exhibits
      Maximum beam flexibility – adapting to changing exhibition needs


      Variable Spot (7 through 55°) and Framing Projector options
      Variable Spot can reach up to 1,500 lm emission and Framing Projector up to 700 lm
      Modular design with beam-shaping accessories, easy to adapt
      No harmful UV or IR radiation to precious exhibits and minimal glare
      High colour rendering: CRI 90+


      Museums (paintings, sculptures, other works of art)
      High-end fashion/retail
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