Chicago, USA – Luminii, a Chicago-based manufacturer of industry-leading specification-grade architectural LED lighting systems, announced the immediate availability of the company’s STENOS micro linear platform. The ready-to-order and field configurable slimline linear product family is available in both a track and downlight system, encouraging lighting designers and architectural professionals to create unique and sophisticated lighting installations across a broad range of applications.
At the heart of the STENOS system is an all-new and proprietary micro-optics engine. This ultramodern engine has been designed around the latest LED technology, a Titanium Dioxide Chip Scale Package LED. Featuring a custom narrow 15° TIR native beam and a +/- 30° bidirectional tilt, Luminii’s micro-optics engine is the foundation for both the STENOS Downlight and highly configurable STENOS Track Systems.
Available in both a surface and recessed option, the STENOS Track system features an immaculate circular beam quality from a one-of-a-kind micro linear form factor. The STENOS ambient and directional modules seat flush in the track system creating a seamless architectural effect and deliver up to 1200 lumens per foot. The modules feature endless flexibility and can be added, removed, and repositioned with ease using simple tools. Additionally, STENOS Track is field cuttable and features an array of easy to install joiners while its two-circuit track enables a straightforward set-up of two separately controllable zones. Simply remove, rotate, and re-insert the module to change the circuit.
The STENOS architecturally–designed Downlight portfolio is uniquely small, consisting of three (3”, 5”, 12”) discreet micro-linear downlight options, producing an output range of 250-1260 lumens. All options feature perfect beam quality featuring a +/- 30º aimable tilt, and beam shaping accessories providing a wide range of flexibility for any project. STENOS downlights are field configurable, featuring a constant voltage design that enables multiple fixtures to operate from a single power supply, resulting in a simplified installation and overall cost savings.