According to latest statement issued by Unios has just released its 2020 Catalogue. The 2020 Catalogue is backed by the Unios Toolbox providing digital access 24/7 to individual product specifications, BIM objects and installation guides.
The 2020 range places comfort, well-being and consistency as the focal points. With new mounting options, from flagship ranges to the introduction of Tunable White and Casambi Bluetooth technology – the 2020 catalogue is a guide with the most up-to-date data and information from Unios.
CRI 97+ technology achieves a superior level of colour rendering and is now available for a range of products. Many products in the range have been extended to include a new textured grey finish. The latest G2 Phase-Cut Driver’s flicker-free feature helps prevent known potential adverse health effects.
“Our engineering team continues to work behind the scenes to innovate. We take advantage of the latest technology to refine and improve performance. We also add the “X factor” to continue to provide high-performance and cutting-edge design,” stated David Ho, Engineering Manager.
“So much has changed since we launched our last catalogue in 2018. We have taken into account the adverse and positive effects of lighting.
“Some members of our community are easily affected by unstable light, so we knew that we needed to add flicker-free options in our range. Another significant integration is Casambi using ubiquitous Bluetooth technology to easily adjust lighting to provide light-for-purpose and better align with our circadian rhythm.
“I’m immensely proud of the team effort in discovering ways that we can better use lighting technology. We believe in light as an extension of every surface, every structure – enriching everyday experiences through light,” said Paley Ho, General Manager.
The 285-page catalogue illustrates Unios’ adaptive and universal product range and encapsulates their most up-to-date specifications, technology and application imagery.
To download the catalogue http://bit.ly/Unios-2020-Catalogue
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