REFLECT LED – A new benchmark in floodlighting comfort

REFLECT LED – A new benchmark in floodlighting comfort
April 7, 2015

Introducing a ground breaking range of indirect LED floodlights from Simx. Incorporating high performance LED lamps, they provide a remarkably simple solution to the issue of discomfort glare, whilst providing wide coverage in a crisp bright light.

Supplied in wattages best suited for the residential market, and employing rear projection technology, REFLECT LED from Simx are designed to provide adequate illuminance levels, whilst reducing the harsh glare often associated with most first generation LED floodlights currently available.

With a smartly contoured housing design, wide beam spread and simple installation this new floodlighting technology is ready to go in both new and renovation construction.

Suitable for any locations that require general exterior floodlighting without the glare. These may include patios and decks, backyards, driveways, garages, carparks, storage units and many others.

 

For more information on REFLECT LED visit our website www.simx.co.nz email us at sales@simx.co.nz or phone 09 259 1660.

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