Incito 4″ LED Direct-Indirect Wall Mount Cylinder

Incito 4

May 9, 2021

Gotham has released its Incito™ 4” Direct-Indirect Wall Mount Cylinder luminaire. The new cylinder represents the first direct-indirect luminaire in the Incito™ family. Combined with new accessory options, the line facilitates grazing, creating contrast, and bringing depth to vertical surfaces to achieve desired lighting designs.

The new luminaire is designed for illuminating interior or exterior columns, and tall walls in spaces such as stadium concourses, transportation hubs, courtyards, lobbies, or restaurants.
Uplight and downlight can be individually controlled for fully independent lumen outputs. Designers have flexibility to customize the lighting aesthetic with a variety of beam spreads and accessories.

Incito™ high center beam distributions produce sharp contrast with crisp highlights and deep shadows.

Twelve different optical distributions are available, ranging from a 10-degree beam angle to a 65-degree beam angle. Designers can uniquely specify each side of the cylinder to achieve a specific objective.

Four accessory options expand the illumination offering even further. Specifiers can select a snoot or louver for additional cut-off. A light shield provides extra glare control, and an angled snoot creates a more decorative look.

Cylinders are offered in over 19 vivid colors giving designers the freedom to create customizable luminaires.

Wet location and IP66 rating options are available, ensuring the cylinders are suitable for outdoor applications within harsh climate conditions.

Feature summary:

– Uplight and downlight can be individually controlled for fully independent lumen outputs

– 12 optimized distribution patterns: 10°, 15°, 20°, 25°, 30°, 35°, 40°, 45°, 50°, 60°, 65° beam angles, and asymmetric distribution

– Bounding Ray™ delivers top down flash for superior glare control

– Accessory options: snoot, angle cut snoot, shield, concentric ring louver

– 45° cut-off to source and source image

– Fully serviceable lensed LED light engine

– 70% lumen maintenance at 60,000 hours

– 85 CRI typical, 90+ CRI optional

– Fixtures are damp location standard; wet location and IP66 options available (covered ceiling not required)

– 19 standard colors in textured and gloss finish; custom or RAL colors also available

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