THE TRACKING POWE
Product Name
THE TRACKING POWE
Designer
Flos Architectural
Manufacturer
Flos
Interior Lighting
LED and Modular lighting systems
Light source
LED
Lighting type
Direct
Material
Metal, Aluminium
Colour
Black range
White range
Characteristics
Modular
Adjustable
Installation
Ceiling-mounted

THE TRACKING POWER

Flos Architectural


3-phase rail with reduced dimensions in its recessed and surface version. Compatible with a compact and powerful light fixture program. High efficiency reflectors.


Technical Description

Exclusive 3-phase lighting profile for indoor use in ceiling recessed version which, thanks to its low visual impact, offers a complete integration into the architecture. Tracking Power’s structural profiles are manufactured in black extruded aluminium, fitted with electric tracks where luminaries are installed using the exclusive Flos mounting system. Once the track has been installed, only a 15 mm thick line is noticeable. The Tracking Power family is completed with a wide range of projectors which, combined with exclusive electronics integrated into the body of the luminaire, eliminate unnecessary volume and, as a result, have greater integration. Standard 3-phase tracks solutions available.

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