LumaStream has introduced the Parallux LSF14 suspended linear fixture featuring innovative optics and easy configurability for integrators. Designed for conference rooms or like applications, LumaStream says the Parallux LSF14 eliminates shadowing and provides in-room uniformity by utilizing a unique optic that radiates 70 percent of the light downward and 30 percent upward. The Parallux LSF14 is constructed from aluminum with a laser-etched glass diffuser that remains translucent until the fixture has been energized.
The LumaStream Parallux LSF14 has been engineered to work with the same power supply as the company’s downlight fixtures, giving integrators a turnkey lighting solution for clients. Each power supply output is individually addressable, enabling integrators to program scenes such as ON, OFF, PRESENTATION and easily interface with their control platform of choice. Because the Parallux LSF14 uses LumaStream’s remote driver technology, the fixture can be used for an array of commercial applications of any size. The Parallux LSF14 fixture is 4-feet in length by 1-foot in width and 1-inch in height.
Featuring fully scalable power supplies available in DMX or 0-10 volt configurations with up to 12 channels, the company says its LumaStream lighting platform runs cooler and performs to specification longer than competitive LED lighting solutions.