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Water Effect In-ground RAD 180 WE system

Prize(s) Winners in LED Lighting Products and Fixtures
Company Radiant Architectural Lighting
Lead Designers David Morgan
Other Designer's names Mike de Bono, Freddie Selby Bennett
Photo Credits Product photography by Ben Sage, Maurice Brill Lighting Design
Other Credits ÅF Lighting, Maurice Brill Lighting Design
Completion Date February 2022
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Entry Description

The Water Effect In-ground RAD 180 WE system is a DMX controlled, dynamic LED effect-luminaire. A combination of complex dimming sequences, a matrix of LEDs of various colour temperatures and colours, and a layer of textured glass, produces dynamic, abstract lit-effects, all from a discreet and compact luminaire. The LED sequence, controlled by the integral DMX controller, along with the light engine and the decorative textured glass, can all be customized to suit each project. The luminaire comprises a durable walk-over rated glass window, a stainless steel bezel, and a buried housing which contains the DMX controller, light engine and textured glass.

Both standard and compact versions are available. The standard version is 300mm in depth and the compact version is 100mm in depth.

The luminaire provides up to 3,500 lumens and, since there are no moving parts, has a long working life.

IP65, IP66, IP67 and IP68 versions are all available, depending on the project requirements.
Company Description

Established in 2008 in London, Radiant Architectural Lighting provides innovative, award-winning solutions for leading lighting designers on projects around the world.

Bespoke products are what we do best, with many of our ‘standard’ products originating from specific project requests. Everything we create is made to order and is designed and produced in the UK.

With a strong heritage in luminaire design, Radiant excels in designing products for both interior and exterior application areas, to give lighting designers the perfect tools to illuminate and enhance architecture beautifully.