Daylighting system

The LightFlex system from SunOptics offers many lens options that allow the end user to match the design with the natural light source.

01/24/2013


The LightFlex system from Sunoptics is a prismatic daylighting solution for suspended-ceiling applications. It provides optimal use of daylight, delivering glare-free lighting while minimizing energy usage from electric lighting. LightFlex is offered with numerous lens options, enabling the end user to match the design of the electric source with the design of the natural light source, a feature that separates the product from competitive daylighting offerings. It is also integrated with Acuity Brands LED luminaires and intelligent controls. The LightFlex toplighting system uses the Sunoptics Signature Series prismatic skylight. This skylight allows the system to efficiently capture low-angle sunlight and optimize light distribution. A unique, patent-pending optic sphere drives light down through the skylight’s light well, maximizing the system’s light penetration. 

Sunoptics 

www.sunoptics.com



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