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Eureka Introduces Frank: A Unique Sound-Absorbing Luminaire

December 20, 2023

Eureka® recently announced the release of its Frank pendant. Frank’s unique combination of large, faceted shade, clean lines, and high-quality illumination enhances an environment while helping to reduce noise levels.

Frank features a thermoformed shade made from sound-absorbing recycled PET felt that increases acoustic comfort in a space. It is intended for areas where noise is a concern, including high or unfinished ceilings, open offices, or corridors with a hard floor finish.

Measuring 24.5” in diameter and 16.7” in height, the Frank shade is available in a palette of 22 colors. Designers can experiment with bold or subdued hues to redefine a space. A selection of colorful power cables is also available for an additional accent.

A powerful light source projects onto a rounded diffuser, creating elegant and efficient illumination. Two outputs are available for up to 2,939 delivered lumens. The fixture is also offered with an optional uplight when the minimum suspension height is 22”. A second light source, independently controlled, offers significant uplight performance for an additional 1,862 delivered lumens.  

Any combination of outputs for the downlight and uplight is possible, creating multiple design possibilities. Extra attention to design detail ensures that the power cable casts no shadow when the uplight option is specified.

Learn more about Frank.

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