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Concord :Marlin

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Offering remarkable flexibility, Continuum is suitable for a wide range of applications

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Continuum from Concord:marlin is a uniquely clean, simple lighting system offering continuous, highly uniform lines of light across walls and ceilings. Suitable for offices, meeting rooms, corridors, education facilities, museums and libraries, this highly versatile lighting tool can be recessed, semi-recessed, surface-mounted or suspended, either vertically or horizontally. Furthermore, its neat U-shaped aluminium extrusion can be supplied with a totally trim-less edge detail for the most minimalist of interiors.

Continuum houses slim T5 HE or HO fluorescent lamps in a range of wattages (14, 21, 28 and 35W in HE and 24, 39, 54 and 80W in HO). Within the luminaire body, the T5 battens are arranged in a staggered formation, with overlapping cathodes, to create a totally uniform line of light with no shadows – and the satin opal diffuser offers superb light diffusion, with no dark spots. Two internal white reflectors within the body optimise light output, to increase system efficiency and further reduce the likelihood of visible shadowing.

Each T5 batten is supplied with a plug-and-socket arrangement for easy and rapid electrical installation. Switch Dim/DSI dimmable versions and 3-hour maintained integral emergency options are available as standard options.

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