Vode Lighting Announce ZipTwo 707 Press Release
ZipTwo™ | Ceiling Mount | 707
Sonoma, CA. April 2016. — Vode The ZipTwo gives lighting designers the tools to push the envelope of performance and aesthetics in office, corporate and hospitality applications.
The micro-profile design and four lens options provide pure, balanced, efficient light with a barely there fixture. The ZipTwo is ideal for interior direct lighting for open office, wall wash and wall graze applications. The 120° with nadir suppression and 60° lenses are best suited for open office environments while the 85° lens achieves beautiful wall washes with even-toned light. While 40° and 60° lenses achieve dramatic wall grazing and enhance the nuances and textures of interior walls.
The minimalist ZipTwo measures 0.36’’ (9mm) x 1.38’’ (35mm) and weighs only 0.25lbs (0.11kg) per foot (305mm). Designed for acoustical and drywall ceiling installations, clip-in hardware is available for most types of drop ceilings.
Standard Output is up to 89 lm/W, 619 lm/ft (2030 lm/m) and 85 CRI with outputs up to 1102 lm/ft (3615 lm/m) available. The ZipTwo is compatible with industry standard dimming protocols and offers dimming to (0.1% or 1%) in 0-10v, DALI and Lutron EcoSystem. All ZipTwo fixtures are available in 2700K, 3000K, 3500K and 4000K color temperatures.
In 2005, industrial designer Scott Yu yearned to use his design talent to create enduring and environmentally mindful products. He saw an opportunity to apply design thinking to the lighting arena that looked ready for profound changes – as well as growing awareness of environmental impacts of lighting in energy consumption. Scott was so inspired he began hosting meetings with designers, technology and business thinkers to hatch a plan to create the perfect architectural lighting company. At the same time, Northern California native Tom Warton, a lighting industry entrepreneur, imagined better ways to think about linear lighting and a more principled way to run a lighting company.
In early 2005, Scott invited Tom to attend one of his meetings and ideas sparked. Over the next nine months a plan evolved to create minimalistic and customizable lighting systems that had never before existed. Their research revealed that commercial architectural lighting systems could have the greatest impact. To round out the team, George Mieling, a Boston-based, international business executive in the food pharmaceuticals industry, joined to run finance and sales. So in early 2006, three people of diverse cultures, industries and talents launched a company based on three converging factors: environmental responsibility, design insight and new lighting technology. The goal: to build a linear lighting systems company that substantially contributed, not only the betterment of our blue planet but, to the well-being of all people involved. Visit vode.com for more information
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Press Contact: Tom Warton (firstname.lastname@example.org) at Vode Lighting, 707-996-9898