ABB launches lightest, smallest MirEvo TwinSpot  

As demand for lightweight and high-performing lighting products continues to grow, ABB introduces its new MirEvo TwinSpot.

With its unique ultra slimline LED design and high lumen output, the MirEvo TwinSpot is ideal for use in large spaces and high ceiling installations in commercial or industrial applications.

Featuring fully adjustable heads with 140° beam angle and DALI compatible, the new affordable model offers 500 lumens output and features the latest Lithium Ferrophosphate (LiFePO4) battery technology to deliver a longer service life.

“We are always switched on to what our customers want and recognise that reduced weight and high output will make MirEvo TwinSpot a winning combination,” said Peter Beckingham, Product Marketing Specialist. “As one of the lightest, smallest, most aesthetically pleasing and competitively priced twin spots on the market, it will deliver outstanding performance for commercial and industrial installations.”

With its slimline low weight twin spot, and available in three options – manual, DALI and CBS slave – the MirEvo TwinSpot is simple to install. The removable cover also provides easier maintenance.

The competitively priced model with its new aesthetic LED design, provides wide range coverage, with 500 lumens output and IP65 protection and is certified to IEC 60598-2-22 2014, IEC 60598-2-13 2006 + A1: 2012+A2: 2016 and IEC 60598-1: 2015

ABB’s Electrification Business Area is a global leader in electrical products and solutions, operating in more than 100 countries, with over 200 manufacturing sites. Its 55,000+ employees are dedicated to delivering safe, smart and sustainable electrification. With ABB Ability enabled digital solutions at its core, the company’s portfolio protects, connects and optimises the flow of electrical energy, including the integration of renewables and energy storage for smarter electricity distribution for utilities, industry, infrastructure and transportation. For more information visit https://go.abb/electrification

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