LED luminaires for open spaces

Eaton's Ametrix ASYX 2.0 is an LED luminaire that features a range of asymmetric, scalable, and controllable solutions for architectural indoor and outdoor spaces.

11/09/2015


Eaton's Ametrix ASYX 2.0 is an LED luminaire that features a range of asymmetric, scalable, and controllable solutions for architectural indoor and outdoor spaces. Courtesy: EatonEaton's Ametrix ASYX 2.0 is an LED luminaire that features a range of asymmetric, scalable, and controllable solutions for architectural indoor and outdoor spaces. Using AccuLED Optics system for beam control, it is designed for high-ceiling applications such as airports, open offices, and other environments. Available in a variety of optical distributions, shapes, sizes, and mounting options, ASYX 2.0's lumen packages range from 2,355 to 30,162 W and has 2,700-, 3,000-, 3,500-, and 4,000-K color temperatures. It can be installed in discreet mounting locations and can compliment any controls system using 0 to 10 V dimming standard protocol including fifth-light Digital Dddressable Lighting Interface (DALI). The fixtures are UL/cUL-listed for wet locations and are IP66-rated.

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