LED asymmetric luminaires

The Amertix Asyx series by Cooper Lighting are LED assymetric luminaires that offer precise optical control.


The Amertix Asyx series by Cooper Lighting are LED assymetric luminaires that offer precise optical control. Courtesy: Cooper LightingCooper Lighting introduced the Ametrix Asyx, a series of LED asymmetric luminaires featuring Cooper Lighting’s LightBAR technology and AccuLED Optics system offering precise optical control in a low-profile aesthetic design. Available in pendant and wall configurations, the versatile luminaires are designed for both indirect general illumination and highlighting architectural features for a wide variety of applications. The series is the first series of LED asymmetric uplight luminaires of its kind available on the market today. The Asyx luminaires offer unmatched optical performance resulting in an efficacy of 86 lumens per watt (lm/W). The series is available in 3000 K (80 CRI) and 4000 K (70 CRI) CCT, while consuming 70 Wand delivering 6,000 lumens. The luminaires outperform similar traditional H.I.D. fixtures with a 25% improvement in efficacy and a rated system life of 50,000 hours. 

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