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LEDs Recognized for Innovation


Luminis is pleased to announce that two of its product families have been awarded a Product Innovation Award (PIA) from Architectural SSL magazine. Both Oculus and Scopo have been recognized.

The Architectural SSL Product Innovation Awards recognize innovative LED and solid-state luminaires and fixtures on the market. With judging and evaluation of products and systems from a distinguished panel of 14 designers and lighting specialists skilled in product evaluation, the PIA program awards manufacturers based on attributes, qualities, functionality and/or performance beyond industry standards.

Oculus is a recessed downlight designed for outdoor, under canopy applications where resistance to weather, light output and directional aiming are important. The two products in the Oculus family are suitable for harsh outdoor weather conditions and are IP66 rated. They have a fully adjustable light module providing 360° rotation and 30° tilt angle for precise aiming of light. The judging panel identified the product as one that specifiers have been waiting for, specifically praising the optics and tilt adjustment.

The Scopo family is a powerful range of LED projectors with a pivoting arm for precise aiming and multiple mounting options for maximum versatility. Also IP66 rated, Scopo luminaires can be ground, surface or pole mounted. With multiple mounting options and luminaire sizes, designers can mix and match Scopo products to create complete lighting systems in any outdoor environment. Judges commented on the product’s attractive profile and design simplicity.

“Both of these product families were developed with versatility at their core,” said Nicolas Cohen, Luminis president. “They offer adjustability and beam flexibility for outstanding directional light. We are delighted they have been recognized by these awards.”





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