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ARIS Available Now!

Published
08 • 01 • 2014
Last edited 17 • 08 • 2020

*Update*

The Aris Linear Medium Power LED Strip is now available!

View more about Aris here.

"ARIS" Medium Power Linear Projector Due end of January

Introducing the “ARIS” LED medium power luminaire into our Architectural product range.

High power linear products like the Coolon Beam and the Maxis have been extensively used on many projects delivering very high lumen per meter packages. Whilst this may be important on some projects, often we have found these fittings are dimmed down to 50%.  From this ideology the “ARIS” was born. The ARIS is half the size, a compact 25mm x 25mm and is 33W per meter offering you the same flexibility of use as the MAXIS and the BEAM.

Available in numerous optical configurations and colour temperatures, the ARIS is made up of a 240mm PCB, using the latest LEDs from CREE, providing bright general illumination onto the projected area. A range of optics are available to shape the beam of light to suit each particular application.

Like all Coolon Architectural fittings, the luminaire life is rated at 50,000 hours to 70% residual output.

Coolon products are proudly designed and manufactured in Australia.

1,500 – 2,200 lm p/ metre

33W p/ metre

*Suitable for Indoor use only

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