Ansell Lighting unveils Mercurial

Mercurial light

Stylishly and discreetly designed, Mercurial is a brand-new wall and ceiling light from Ansell Lighting.

Available in two different sizes, 370mm and 500mm, the circular LED light is suitable for an array of indoor applications including education, commercial and ancillary areas. It also comes in both white and silver finishes, suiting most interior design schemes.

Supporting the reduction of energy use, Ansell’s latest offering is said to be highly energy efficient, delivering up to 135lm/w. The 370mm Mercurial model is also power selectable, offering users a choice of outputs which can be manually selected via an easily located integrated switch.

CCT selectable between 3,000K and 4,000K, Mercurial offers users a choice of different lighting hues which can be set according to task or preference. Its long-lasting LED lamp also has a lifespan of L80 51,000 hours.

Mark Abbott, Managing Director at Ansell Lighting says, “Mercurial is a versatile new addition to our range of wall and ceiling lights. Energy efficient, stylishly designed and with many functional features, it is an ideal option for buildings in public use.”

With functionality at the core of Ansell’s design objectives, the new Mercurial light is available with an array of options. These include emergency DALI and self-test options, alongside an energy saving microwave sensor, digital dimming and corridor function options. Enabling integration with smart lighting systems, Mercurial is also available with OCTO functionality. All products come with a seven-year warranty.

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