Australian LED lighting company, Brightgreen, has designed a square beamed downlight. The uniquely square beam offers unparalleled control and efficiency for the architecture, building and design industries.

The D900 Cube’s square beam requires fewer lights to achieve the same lighting levels as circular downlights, providing greater efficiency.

The square shape stops the light beams from overlapping and helps to eliminate dark corners forming, guiding the light to follow the straight edges of a room, and effectively dispersing light evenly.

D900 square downlights’ features and benefits include:

  • Matches a halogen on brightness
  • Square beam
  • 100% compatibility with all dimmers
  • 5 year warranty
  • Exceptional high CRI (90)
  • Perfect warm light (3000K)
  • 900 lumens
  • Australian designed
  • Zero fire risk
  • Preassembled for easy, hassle free installation
The square beam directs the light only to where it is required, enabling architects and designers to bring control and efficiency to a space. Separate usage areas in open spaces can now be defined and dark spots between lights no longer occur.

The D900 square downlight is an evolution on Brightgreen’s D900 Curve, which has sold more than 25,000 units. The light is UV free and operates at 2.8W m2, easily complying with the BCA’s 2011 requirements.

David O’Driscoll, Brightgreen CEO and D900 designer explained, “Until now only round downlights have been fitted to square rooms which detracts from the clean and confident characteristics that linear edged spaces provide.”

The D900 Cube square downlights recently won DesignEx’s Best New Product Award, the third award Brightgreen has received for its D900 series downlights.