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July 5, 2018

Are you in the mood?

There are times for neutral lights to help you concentrate and there are moments that request a much smoother and warmer vibe. Think about warm summer evenings with candles to set the mood or a cosy night by the fire with your lover, where things are – quite literally – heating up. Wouldn’t it be great if you could create the same sort of atmosphere all year round at the touch of a button? That’s where our warm dim technology comes in.

 

Cosy LED lighting? Why not!

The Modular Warm Dim technology enables LEDs to create the same warm ambiance as a dimmed halogen lamp. The colour temperature of a classic halogen lamp drops automatically when it’s dimmed. The neutral white light alters to a more yellow kind of light, which immediately sets the tone for cosiness and intimacy. Thanks to our Warm Dim technology, a similar effect can be attained with LED lights. The result is an impeccable and flicker-free dimming. With matching high CRI values and a full range of beam angles and LED gears too.

 

Even more to dim

The addition of the Warm Dim technology to some of our fixtures has extended widely their applications and made them more versatile. That’s why we’re now introducing the same technology into 3 new product families: Médard, Sémih and Rektor. Not only are these products well-fitted for usage in residential environments or hospitality, where dimming is often required. But since the previous products with a warm dim option were recessed fittings, these surface-mounted fittings mark a new step into the ‘warm dim era’.

 

The addition of Warm Dim with these new product families gives designers more opportunities to mix and match different luminaires and products within the same lighting plan - while maintaining a consistent light quality. And that’s exactly what we at Modular wish to achieve: to offer as many creative options as possible, so that designers have every freedom to work their magic with our products.

So, do you feel the need for intimacy? Then simply lower the lights and… get it on!

 

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