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gap Y

Design:

Klaus Nolting

The slim-line front view of the gap Y is generated by the flat angles. The light output surface is tilted slightly towards the house wall for perfect illumination of the facade.

gap Y

Design:

Klaus Nolting

The slim-line front view of the gap Y is generated by the flat angles. The light output surface is tilted slightly towards the house wall for perfect illumination of the facade.

gap Y

Design:

Klaus Nolting

The slim-line front view of the gap Y is generated by the flat angles. The light output surface is tilted slightly towards the house wall for perfect illumination of the facade.

gap Y

Design:

Klaus Nolting

The slim-line front view of the gap Y is generated by the flat angles. The light output surface is tilted slightly towards the house wall for perfect illumination of the facade.

gap Y anthracite

The finely framed glass light output surface is tilted slightly towards the house wall. The gap – hence the name – separates the two opposed tilted surfaces. The finely coordinated radii create an attractive flow of lines within the housing. Fitted with state-of-the-art high-voltage LED technology and a power of 12 watts/660 lumen.

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gap Y space grey

The finely framed glass light output surface is tilted slightly towards the house wall. The gap – hence the name – separates the two opposed tilted surfaces. The finely coordinated radii create an attractive flow of lines within the housing. Fitted with state-of-the-art high-voltage LED technology and a power of 12 watts/660 lumen.

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gap Y pure white

The finely framed glass light output surface is tilted slightly towards the house wall. The gap – hence the name – separates the two opposed tilted surfaces. The finely coordinated radii create an attractive flow of lines within the housing. Fitted with state-of-the-art high-voltage LED technology and a power of 12 watts/660 lumen.

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gap Y cool brown

The finely framed glass light output surface is tilted slightly towards the house wall. The gap – hence the name – separates the two opposed tilted surfaces. The finely coordinated radii create an attractive flow of lines within the housing. Fitted with state-of-the-art high-voltage LED technology and a power of 12 watts/660 lumen.

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Technical data

light technology installation material protection class EEC

IvyLight-technology

230V Power LED

3000K warm white

L70/50.000 h

dimmable

2 x cable entry point; connection terminal 3 x 2,5 mm²

aluminium die-casting

opal glass matt

IP65

A
dimensions in mm item no. colour power light direction price excl. tax
91100-Y-AN anthracite RAL 7016 12 W/660 lm 252.00 €
91100-Y-SG space grey 12 W/660 lm 252.00 €
91100-Y-WH pure white RAL 9016 12 W/660 lm 252.00 €
91100-Y-CB cool brown 12 W/660 lm 252.00 €

Caring & Useful information

Our luminaires have been designed to do their job for many years. But we need a little help from you to make sure that they don't lose their looks as the years go by! Please clean your IP44.de luminaires regularly. And please also remember that every material and every environment needs a different kind of care.

Application areas

All environments differ. The same goes for the material properties of our luminaires. Please consult us if you intend to use our products near the coast or in the vicinity of a swimming pool. Salt or chlorine particles in the air can make life very difficult for our luminaires. We will gladly provide you with advice and support in choosing the right surface finish, or we may even recommend a modified series product.

Caring for powder coating

The luminaires have a powder-coated finish that offers high chemical and mechanical resistance. A gentle, solvent-free household cleaner is all that's needed to care for the luminaire, which should then be rubbed off with a dry, soft cloth. Abrasive cleaners, steel wool, scouring pads, acids or alkali cleaning agents should not be used as these would damage the surface.