With its gentle curves, sound dampening technology and single piece, seamless external luminaire, the Togo Pendant offers the best of form and function. Thanks to dual-purpose towered aircraft cable, the pendant appears to float in mid-air, offering low glare illumination and acoustic dampening that will enhance any space.
LIGHT DISTRIBUTION: DIRECT, DIRECT/INDIRECT
LIGHT SOURCE: LED
CHROMATICITY: STATIC WHITE, DUO CHROMAWERX, SOLA CHROMAWERX, QUADRO CHROMAWERX
Uniform Efficiency Lambertian Optic (ULO) - thermoformed from impact-modified white PMMA, the ULO optic provides even luminosity, with up to 88% transmission. Combined with the LED array running around the outside of the housing, the open form and ULO optic create a widespread 50% direct and 50% indirect light distribution with spacing criteria of 1.6.
ChromaWerx Sola is single-channel control that dims output while warming the color temperature in a pre-determined relationship. A simple digital or analog control sends a common signal to dual output digital drivers, which are programmed to adjust a specially populated LED array to emulate the effect of dimming a filament source. Dimming range is programmable but the default option runs from 3500K at 100% of full power to 2200K at 5% of full power. CRI is maintained above 80 throughout the dimming range.
ChromaWerx Duo is two-channel control. It uses analog or digital protocols for synchronous control of both warm and cool LED arrays, enabling the user to set color temperature and light output. Commonly called “tunable white”, ChromaWerx two-channel control provides the range of warm (2700K) to cool (6500K) color that can be useful for helping to entrain circadian rhythms, stimulate alertness for improved educational and work productivity, and compensate for jet lag, among other applications. The ChromaWerx drivers are programmed to limit maximum light output and power usage across all color temperatures. CRI is maintained above 80.
ChromaWerx Quadro is a four-channel control that operates an RGBW LED array and addresses the need for more expressive color in architectural applications. The DMX driver supports familiar programming tools for both dynamic multi-hued color and precise white color point control. While a typical user interface will be a DMX controller by others, LumenWerx also offers a simple control station for stand-alone color changing applications.