Indirect Pendant Lighting

Indirect pendant lighting was installed at the Mater Hospital Dublin to solve a difficult lighting problem. The Building partly consists of older Georgian Buildings. By their nature, it is difficult to provide modern lighting systems and some of the offices required a lighting upgrade.

The Connaught Uplighter solved the problem as it only used the existing ceiling wiring point. A high illumination is achieved with the 6 x 55w T5 lamps, providing a bright ceiling which indirectly lights the room, without glare and with good uniformity.  A circular Fluorescent lamp illuminates the Bowl itself and an emergency option is available. The Connaught was specified by Consultant Engineers.  Indirect office lighting is ideal as it provides the least glare and the most attractive environment.

This architectural Uplighter is ideal in offices, hotels, restaurants, banks, churches, libraries and historic buildings, typically with ceiling heights between 5 and 10m.  Internal Emergency versions can also be offered.

Indirect Pendant Lighting

To get a detailed Proposal for your indirect pendant lighting project:

Please send details or drawing by email. There is no charge or obligation for suitable indirect pendant lighting Projects.
We will calculate the number of light fittings required and advise light levels. We will advise where they should be located and the cost of the Equipment. Other lighting may need to be added for emergency or adjoining areas.

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