Parans system SP4, daylighting system with fibre optic cables and luminaires

Parans Solar Lighting
  • 1. Natural light even far away from windows=Increased well-being
  • 2. Possibility to change use of area=Increased property value
  • 3. No IR=no heat gain and less need for HVAC, negligible UV
  • 4. Customized cable length up to 100 m=Sunlight~30 floors down
  • 5. Thin flexible cables=smooth installation, limited interference
Parans system SP4, daylighting system with fibre optic cables and luminaires
Product Name
Parans system SP4, daylighting system with fibre optic cables and luminaires
Designer
Parans Solar Lighting AB (publ)
Manufacturer
Parans Solar Lighting
Manufactured
Sweden
Interior Lighting
Modular lighting systems
Rooflights
Continuous rooflights
Characteristics
Modular
Adjustable
Installation
Surface-mounted

Parans Solar Lighting offers sunlight for indoor environments through innovative technology and design. The system captures and leads the sunlight deep into buildings and far away from windows to allow everyone to enjoy the natural daylight.


In every building and construction in which a healthy and sustainable environment matters, Parans’ solutions deliver unique values. Parans use sun collectors and low intrusion fibre optic cables to lead the sunlight 30 floors down to every room, on every floor, in every building.

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