August 20, 2021
Meteor Lighting Launches New Indirect Asymmetric Luminaire with the Reizen
Elevate high ceiling spaces with this high-performing, low glare solution
Industry, CA | August 20th, 2021 – Meteor has once again, launched an innovative luminaire for the advanced high ceiling market with the Reizen. A contemporary, indirect asymmetric luminaire using the latest in light shaping prismatic technology. The Reizen is available in both sconce and pendant forms, performs up to 40,850 lm, and is rated for both outdoor and natatorium use.
Light Shaping Prismatic Technology
Offering smooth, uniform asymmetric distribution, the Reizen perfectly illuminates high ceiling spaces to emphasize its spatial structure. A directional aiming of +/- 20° is standard in all Reizen configurations, offering flexibility in the field to adjust the direction of light.
Compact Contemporary Form
The Reizen is modular by design to match a wide range of lighting requirements. A single 150W light engine comes in a compact 13” x 9” in size, and the dual 300W light engine at 13” x 14”. This minimalist form factor can be paired with a field replaceable visor option for a classic look, and cuts off any glare from the occupant’s perspective.
Color is Inspiration
For indoor applications that require sophisticated vertical illuminance, the Reizen is also available in 3000K – 5000K Tunable White, delivering 11,750 lm to 13,900 lm, and W+RGB with a combined delivered lumen of 11,265 lm. Giving a subtle, yet dramatic flair to your space.
- Delivered lumen package range of 10,150 lm to 40,850 lm
- Available in sconce and pendant mounting options
- 136 lm/w with DLC and DLC Premium Listed
About Meteor Lighting
Meteor was founded in Industry, California in 2008 and our vision is to Inspire the Space Around Us. We do that through our product design philosophy which is “Pure Brilliance”. A motto that means we combine performance, aesthetics and technology into all our products.
Hanson | Sales & Marketing Director
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