Minimize Spill Light and Eliminate Uplight Pollution With Curvilinear LED

Skyliner features nine distribution patterns with house side shielding.

Skyliner features nine distribution patterns with house side shielding.

Skyliner, a curvilinear LED luminaire that features nine distribution patterns with house side shielding, is available from U.S. Architectural Lighting.

Designed for site and area lighting applications, Skyliner offers a choice of LED distributions, color temperatures and drive currents that provide illumination of any visual terrain. Its controlled optics eliminate uplight (light pollution) and minimize spill light (light trespass).

Featuring a cast aluminum housing and optical module, Skyliner is offered in five styles that provide architectural relevance to any site. Versatile mounting configurations include wall mount, single, dual, triple or quad heads. Optional shades can be specified, such as angled, concave or domed.

Its PLED (Panel LED) optical system utilizes a micro reflector behind each LED to improve forward throw and reduce backlight. The PLED panels are field rotatable in 90 degree increments and field replaceable.

Skyliner includes 40 LED and 80 LED arrays with 70 CRI and a choice of color temperatures, standard neutral white (4000K), or optional cool white (5000K) and warm white (3000K). Lumens range from 4,445 to 26,448, depending on the model.

Drivers are mounted flush against the electrical housing door for heat dissipation. Surge protectors are supplied with each Skyliner LED to ensure performance and to react to power spikes, absorbing or shunting them away from luminaire components.

All Skyliner fixtures have an electro-statically applied TGIC polyester powder coat baked at 400 F for hardness and durability. Finishes include black, white, grey, dark bronze, green. Custom colors are available.

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