ABB introduces Decoled

High-quality escape route lighting in a stylish fixture

A valued addition to ABB’s extensive emergency lighting range: Decoled is a reliable and elegant lighting fixture from VanLien with integrated emergency lighting functionality. It is specially intended for staircases, halls and corridors in residential and commercial buildings or industry.

Decoled is a high-quality fixture made from polycarbonate with an opal cover. This cap ensures optimum light distribution and is impact-resistant (IK10). Decoled is available as a fixture for central power supply (230 V) or decentral power supply (battery) and has a light output of 1830 lumen. With protection value IP65, Decoled is highly resistant to the effects of dust and moisture.

Due to the high light output, Decoled is a luminaire for lighting that offers many applications, especially in open spaces. These include staircases, halls and corridors in residential and commercial buildings or industry.

Thanks to the integrated emergency lighting functionality, Decoled is an efficient 2-in-1 solution which includes regular lighting and escape route lighting in one luminaire. It also serves as an energy efficient LED successor to the successful Decolux.

"Decoled is an important addition to our extensive range of emergency lighting," says Fieraas Aliahmad, Product Marketing Specialist for VanLien at ABB. “The elegant design makes the fixture a nice addition to any room. Thanks to the central or decentralized power supply options, there is always a solution that fits in with various situations within the building."

View the product overview of available luminaires on the documentation page or download the PDF from de leaflet  directly. Or view the Decoled product page.

Decoled
Decoled
Decoled specially intended for staircases, halls and corridors in residential and commercial buildings or industry
Decoled specially intended for staircases, halls and corridors in residential and commercial buildings or industry

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