Range of LED ceiling panels for professional venues
INDU PANEL provides a beneficial LED alternative to luminaires with fluorescent lamps. With its square or rectangular shape, it offers a uniform and comfortable lighting for typical indoor venues such as reception areas, offices, conference rooms, corridors and lifts.
This well-designed LED system has the potential to replicate sunlight more accurately than fluorescent bulbs.
INDU PANEL provides managers with the right tool to boost people as it provides a light that helps to stimulate the brain and subsequently improve accuracy. It creates a brightly-lit environment that contributes to a happier, healthier workforce, which is in turn more productive and likely to stick around.
- High visual comfort
- Neat design for a seamless integration
- Fire-resistant solution
- Square or rectangular shape
INDU PANEL stands out as it provides high visual comfort. It offers a low UGR: UGR 19 for the standard version and UGR 16 for the low-glare version.
INDU PANEL blends perfectly into the ceiling. The electrical connection to the driver is made at the back of the luminaire.
This modern lighting solution complies with the strictest indoor safety regulations. INDU PANEL is a fireproof solution with a high flammability resistance (650°C for the standard version or 850°C for the HF variant) to keep providing light during a fire and to prevent any smoke or fumes as well as hot drops of plastic falling onto people.
To suit your requirements, INDU PANEL is available as a square or rectangular LED panel.
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Housing and finish
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Dimensions and mounting
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As an option, INDU PANEL can be controlled via the DALI protocol and integrate a Building Management System (BMS).
Installation and Maintenance
Made of aluminium and equipped with a polycarbonate protector, INDU PANEL is designed for recessed or pendant mounting (with cables). The electrical connection is made at the back of the panel.