YOUR PLEASURE IS OUR UTMOST GOAL
Good Cut Off Angle To Eliminate Glare
Glare is when a light source affects our ability to see clearly. Discomfort glare occurs naturally when a light source is too strong for our eyes and it might cause us to shade our eyes. Nevertheless it can also become noticeable after a period of time. This effect may be annoying, induce discomfort, or affect performance.
As a result, glare control is one of the important aspects to consider when buying quality lighting either for homes or commercial buildings usage. Our SCHÖNE luminaires reflectors are designed to balance good lamp cut off while maximizing lumen output creating high fixture efficiency.
Aesthetics Focused Design
Great design is more than just good aesthetics. It is a reflection of the engineer’s knowledge of the products demand and the science behind it that makes it work. SCHÖNE luminaires are designs with a passion in mind to create a longer lasting luminaire without compromising affordability.
Lighting can play a huge part in creating atmosphere. Lighting professionals can create desired atmosphere using varying colours and intensities of light to give an astonishing visual impact. SCHÖNE luminaires have wide range of Correlated Colour Temperature, CCT choices ranging from 2700K, 3000K, 4000K and 5000K as well as large choice of drivers available, including DALI dimming which would be able to offer the user a comprehensive dimming and system control of luminaires within the connected network.
We use only high quality components in production we are continually seeking to develop and improve on the manufacturing processes.
- Light Source
- Power Supplies
- SIRIM approved drivers
Efficiency A++ Rating
Not all LED lighting created is the same. Many of the LED lightings currently on the market are not true replacements for conventional lightings as the white light they emit is of relatively poor quality and in low efficiency.
Lumens per watt (lm/W) refers to the energy efficiency of lighting, the higher the better. SCHÖNE luminaires with average 100lm/W is considerably better than today's standards.