DecoScene – bringing the night scene to life

DecoScene DBP522

DecoScene DBP522

  • DecoScene – bringing the night scene to life

    • Uplighter that brings the night scene to life by enhancing or highlighting the city architecture at night, while remaining unobtrusive during the day
    • Illuminates monuments, highlights striking pieces of contemporary architecture or marks out a luminous path through a public park or garden
    • Modular concept with a wide choice of lamps, beams, adjustment possibilities and accessories to deliver the optimum upward lighting for any application

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DecoScene is a ground-recessed uplighter for enhancing, highlighting or even revealing the architecture of the city at night. An unobtrusive presence by day, DecoScene offers a wide choice of light sources, beams, adjustment possibilities and accessories to deliver the optimum upward lighting effect after dark, e.g. to illuminate monuments, highlight a striking piece of architecture or mark out a luminous path through a park or garden.The DecoScene range, comprising three conventional versions (DBP521, DBP522 and DBP523) and one LED version (BBP521), complies with the CEI 60598-2-13 norm and offers a glass temperature below 80ºC. A wide choice of accessories is available, e.g. for enhanced guidance.DecoScene DBP522The medium-sized DecoScene is designed around the MASTERColour CDM-T 35/70 W lamp and offers the advantage of compactness. The optional electronic gear extends the lifetime of the lamp and reduces energy consumption.

Features

Choice of conventional and LED versions
Wide choice of lamps, beams, adjustment possibilities and accessories
Complies with CEI 60598-2-13 norm
Also available in miniaturised version

Applications

Private or urban areas
Gardens
Footpaths
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Events    

 

 

HEN on the Road One Day Technical Conference

11.05.2017, Surrey

 

Smart to Future Cities 

16.05.2017, London

 

Smart Buildings 

23.05.2017, London

 

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