Piano features a die cast aluminum housing that is designed to optimize the cooling of the LEDs.
Schréder Lighting US has introduced Piano, Outdoor Architectural Lighting with LED Technology
Schréder Lighting US General Manager John Camp has announced the introduction of Piano, a new family of outdoor architectural luminaries.
Designed by Michel Tortel, Piano features a die cast aluminum housing that is designed to optimize the cooling of the LEDs (light emitting diodes) and electronic driver. The optical system is completely sealed with an IP66 rated compartment. The flat glass is extra clear to maximize the lighting output.
Piano’s exclusive Thermix thermal management design maintains 70 percent of the initial luminous flux for a minimum of 100,000 hours. The exterior surface design, combined with direct thermal coupling of the LEDs, maximizes the luminaire’s thermal exchange properties. The electronic control gear is contained in a thermally isolated compartment to extend component life.
Schreder’s exclusive LEDSafe system completely seals the optical compartment to an IP66 level similar to the Schréder Sealsafe system.
The Piano luminaires are designed to meet Schreder’s FutureProof concept, which enables the photometric engine and the electrical power supply to be replaced on-site and in the field, to take advantage of any future technological developments.
Both Piano 1 and Piano 2 utilize the LensoFlex photometric engine for a wide range of photometric distributions from a single module. Both families are available in Type 2, 3, and 4 distributions.