Lighting Z-Bar - Office Furniture Heaven
Lighting Z-Bar - Office Furniture Heaven
Lighting Z-Bar - Office Furniture Heaven
Lighting Z-Bar - Office Furniture Heaven
Lighting Z-Bar - Office Furniture Heaven
Lighting Z-Bar - Office Furniture Heaven
Lighting Z-Bar - Office Furniture Heaven
Lighting Z-Bar - Office Furniture Heaven
Lighting Z-Bar - Office Furniture Heaven
Lighting Z-Bar - Office Furniture Heaven
Lighting Z-Bar - Office Furniture Heaven
Lighting Z-Bar - Office Furniture Heaven
Lighting Z-Bar - Office Furniture Heaven
Lighting Z-Bar - Office Furniture Heaven
Lighting Z-Bar - Office Furniture Heaven
Lighting Z-Bar - Office Furniture Heaven
Lighting Z-Bar - Office Furniture Heaven
Lighting Z-Bar - Office Furniture Heaven
Lighting Z-Bar - Office Furniture Heaven
Lighting Z-Bar - Office Furniture Heaven
Lighting Z-Bar - Office Furniture Heaven
Lighting Z-Bar - Office Furniture Heaven
Lighting Z-Bar - Office Furniture Heaven
Lighting Z-Bar - Office Furniture Heaven
Lighting Z-Bar - Office Furniture Heaven

Z-Bar

 

The Z-Bar is minimalism at it's best. With no bulky bulbs--just a slim row of tiny LEDS you can turn to illuminate any direction. With an easily-adjustable three bar design and touchstrip-enabled dim setting, the Z-Bar embodies complete flexibility. Additional features include: on/off functionality, occupancy sensors for automatic shut-off during periods of inactivity, and a USB-charging port or Qi-enabled charging base.

 

    Details

    • 42 LEDs 
    • 9.5 watts consumption 
    • 50,000 hours lifespan 
    • 3,500 K / 4,500 K light color 
    • Multi-level touch dimming 
    • Metallic Black / Silver 
    • 10’ cord


    Environmental considerations

    • Fully recyclable aluminum
    • Water-based paint
    • FSC certified packaging
    • LEDs do not contain mercury
    • Low power consumption (<10 watts)
    • 38% pre-consumer recycled material by weight
    • LEED credit eligibility


    Awards

    • "Best of Category" in I.D. Magazine's 2006 Annual Design Review 
    • Permanent collection at Die Neue Sammlung, Munich 
    • TIME Magazine's "Best Inventions Of The Year" 2007