From outside to inside
Successful design cannot work without the right frame. For this reason, Siedle has obtained support from the e15 furniture label for the new "Axiom" indoor station.
|Presented:||Light + Building 2008, Frankfurt|
|Categories:||Electrical installations ›Door / Building communication systems ›Intercommunication systems ›Door substations|
|Electrical installations ›Door / Building communication systems ›Video intercommunication systems ›Door substations|
|Outdoor lighting ›Walkway lights|
Siedle does not view the topic of light in isolation. Instead, the lamps fit into the entire context of building communication. They light up paths and access routes, illuminate entrance areas and highlight letterboxes, signs or intercom units. Siedle is not only equipping its new lamps with light-emitting diodes, the white LED light is now also gleaming onto nameplates and information panels. The result is a uniform light temperature throughout the entire communication system.The square lighting module is the basis for extremely flat wall lights and elegant free-standing light pedestals. The four white LEDs can be recognized as point sources of light behind semitransparent acrylic glass, lending the slightly domed modules their characteristic visual appearance. Individual lighting modules can be arranged in rows and thus be combined into larger lamps. The flat design makes the lighting modules highly adaptable: they can even fit into the Vario surface-mounted frame, which is only 37 millimetres high, thus making an easy-to-mount wall light. Never has it been so easy to combine lighting and intercom system into one uniform design. Integrated into the base of a free-standing intercom system, the lighting modules illuminate the surroundings, and as free-standing light pedestals they illuminate access routes, paths and patios.Siedle is combining the technical benefits of LEDs – long service life and high energy yield – with simplified planning and installation. Above all, the Furtwangen-based company has considerably enhanced the power supply concept. Whereas a 230-volt supply was once required, the LEDs manage with a 20-volt to 30-volt DC supply. The spot can also be operated with a 12-volt AC supply as an added option. In many cases, though, the supply for the communication system is sufficient for the lighting as well, thus obviating the need for additional power supply units.
|Colors||shades of grey|
shades of brown