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Aplis by Kreon

Aplis by Kreon
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Designers strive to create space. Space is brought to life by light and can be controlled in every detail with Aplis. Its construction, comprising of plasterkit, housing, reflectors and louvres can be adapted to suit spatial requirements. Different plasterkits give the option to choose between seamless finish or a discreet shadowgap. Without the use of any tools, it is possible to change reflectors to control light or louvres that define colour and depth of ceilings. Recessed spotlights are largely used by specifiers due to their flexibility and overall discreet appearance. It’s the tilt and the rotation system that define the strength of a product. Aplis’ mechanism widely fulfils these expectations since a combined movement of rotation and translation coexist in highly recessed optics with maximal light output. With a vertical drop of 50mm and an inclination of 30°, the luminaire can aim both at vertical and horizontal surfaces. Aplis can be manually rotated up to 360° and tilted by 30° without compromising the recessed position of the lamp or the glare control. Aplis reflectors were developed in partnership with Bartenbach Lichtlabor. They are highly efficient with optimised glare control and balanced beam angles. Spot, flood or wallwasher reflectors are available to suit a great variety of applications. Aplis can be fitted with a range of lenses including soft edge outline and spread lens.

Aplis is designed for lightsources ranging from 20W to 100W. High efficiency aluminium reflectors for QT12-ax and HIT-TC are easy to install and provide great flexibility in lighting effects to suit any project requirements. The standard range is equipped with softening lens within an antiglare ring. Additional filters can be inserted in the same ring.

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