DECO Lighting has announced the release of Vector, a unique modular family of modern interior LED luminaires designed for use in high-end architectural, retail, and hospitality spaces.
The Vector, which utilises high quality components to deliver optimal light output, is a system of modular linear sections that can be combined to create almost any configuration imaginable for interior spaces.
Available in standard lengths of 2 feet up to 8 feet, the Vector also carries incredible performance with an efficacy of up to 109 lumens per watt paired with a minimum 95 CRI.
Michael Bailey, Director of Engineering at Deco Lighting said the Vector series has been precision-engineered to fit nearly any interior application, with pendant, surface, wall, and recessed styles available to match the specifier’s desired interior aesthetic.
“While there are many companies that offer linear LED slot style luminaires, few succeed at providing a product with excellent aesthetics, ease of installation, and high performance,” Mr Bailey said.
“The Vector has been designed to be quickly and easily installed, with no installation issues. Its clean lines and minimalist aesthetic underscore its design flexibility and industry-leading performance.”
DECO said the Vector linear architectural luminaire is available with independent direct/indirect lighting output, enabling a lighting designer to select the desired ratio of uplight to downlight to suit their interior space.
According to the company, the series features a heavily frosted bottom lens to provide even and dispersed illumination free of the signature glare that is common to lower-quality interior luminaires.
Available in colour temperatures ranging from 2700K to 4000K, the Vector delivers up to 900 lumens per foot of direct illumination and 1,200 lumens per foot of indirect output.
“The Vector system is yet another revolutionary milestone for us; this new series of modular linear sections not only delivers an architecturally aesthetic design, but will also provide our customers the ability to utilize the fixture in a variety of diverse, creative applications,” said Sam Sinai, CEO and Co-Founder at Deco Lighting.