Dyson has launched a range of LED lighting products to the Australian market. The collection, which includes the CSYS range of task lights and the Cu-Beam range of suspended lights, features innovative heat pipe technology, allowing the LEDs to stay cool and thus sustain brightness and colour for longer.
Comprising a desk light, a floor light and a clamp light, the CSYS range features a counterweight pulley system inspired by a construction crane, which uses gravity to hold itself in place. The lights are dimmable and touch-sensitive, and built-in memory means they remember the last light level setting. Because of the heat pipe technology that directs heat away from the LEDs, the lights in the range have a 140,000-hour lifespan. They are available in black, silver and white.
The Cu-Beam downlight and uplight also use heat pipe technology to cool the LEDs and have a lifespan of 180,000 hours. The downlight uses a custom-engineered lens and employs precisely calculated optical geometry, taking a single light source and creating a targeted pyramid of light over a task area. Similarly, the uplight uses a bubble optic lens to cast a wide pool of light across the ceiling. This eliminates hot spots and allows a short drop height, creating soft, ambient light throughout the room. dyson.com.au