Queue

 

Queue Direct / Indirect

QP-5-1-27

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  • Queue is a linear LED pendant system with limitless potential, designed for flexible installation and an inviting presence. These 44-inch, 2300-lumen modular bars of light connect via linear sliding joints and hang from stainless steel wire loops, allowing for custom compositions tailored to the needs of the space. Units can be oriented either upwards or downwards in order to cast respective soft or direct lighting. Originally conceived as an answer to the monotony of workplace systems, Queue exudes a welcoming light and rich beauty in the subtle, rounded facets of its surface. Ultimately, the finished product goes as well in a bar or dining room as it does in the office.

    Made in USA

    UL Listed CE
  • Materials
    Textured PMMA lens
    Anodized aluminum body

    Lamping
    4 × 18W LED
    2200K–4000K LED
    2160 lumen source min 80 CRI

    Specs
    76W power consumption
    4600 lumens (delivered)
    100–120V input 50/60Hz
    220-240V input 50/60Hz (optional)

    Dimming
    TRIAC dimming 10-100%
    recommended dimmer
    Dimmable at 120V Input

    Dimensions
    3 x 5 x 44 in L
    75 x 127 x 1140 mm L

  • Tear Sheet
    3D Drawings
    IES File
    Install Instructions



Type: Pendant

Limitless Potential

Queue is a linear LED pendant system with limitless potential, designed for flexible installation and an inviting presence. These 44-inch, 2300-lumen modular bars of light connect via linear sliding joints and hang from stainless steel wire loops, allowing for custom compositions tailored to the needs of the space.

Direct, Indirect or Both

Units can be oriented either upwards or downwards in order to cast respective soft or direct lighting, creating a lighting system as unique as your space.

Unique finishes for one of a kind spaces.

How You Use It

Delta V: Private Residence

Delta | October, 2016

Queue Pendant: Hotel

QUEUE | September, 2016

Platt Dana Architects: New Canaan CT

Palindrome | July, 2016