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Introduces Lupa Luminaire from Cyclone Lighting

May 1, 2024

Cyclone Lighting recently announced that it has released its Lupa luminaire. The street light offers modern, minimalist styling with optics that create an inviting, glare-free experience.

Lupa features a disk shape, no visible hardware, and a seamlessly integrated arm to bring a contemporary feel and refined look to public spaces. It is intended for urban landscapes such as courtyards, university and corporate campuses, urban parks, city squares, transit access, and transitional areas.

With nighttime use of public spaces on the rise, there is an emphasis on human-focused lighting that responds to the emotional need for that space to feel safe, warm, and welcoming. Lupa was intentionally designed with lower pole heights to contribute to this feeling of security. Yet, its light engine produces a gentler, more comfortable gradient for a softer look and glare-free environment.

Lupa’s light engine also features the latest ink technology in its diffuser to deliver broader, more even light distribution. Luminosity is uniform and unpixellated in appearance. City planners may choose from symmetric distribution for wide open spaces such as courtyards, asymmetric distribution for streets and alleyways, or pathway distribution for illuminating linear pedestrian routes.

Cast aluminum housing contributes to a high-quality, robust construction. Performance packages from P10 (3,260 delivered lumens) to P50 (15,880 delivered lumens) may be selected. Lupa is IP66-rated and dark sky friendly.

Full details are available here.

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