MESH 80 Wireless - LED suspension lamp for indoor environments, compatible with management from a dedicated App. Steel structure and polycarbonate lenses, it is available in five different length versions of the suspension cables.
The Mesh Wireless suspension lamp, designed by Francisco Gomez Paz in 2018, has a strong design and scenographic impact, with an almost transparent light structure, composed of a pleasant network of flexible cables at the intersection of which LED sources are positioned, a feature that makes light the only true protagonist.
The Wireless version allows the user total freedom in managing the light, and is equipped with a sophisticated electronic board that allows you to interact with the lamp using a Smart Device. For this reason, Luceplan has developed a dedicated App (for iOS and Android) that allows you to control one or more Mesh Wireless, individually or collectively. The Mesh App allows you to turn on one or more luminous points at a time, orienting the light in space and I creating different emotional experiences. Up to 6 presets are programmable, which can be recalled quickly. You can also set up a dynamic scenario with a simple touch of the screen. By taking advantage of the connection to a local internet network, it is also possible to establish remote programmed switching on/off.
The network is controlled by a dedicated electronic card located inside the ceiling canopy. It must be connected to a normally open button for light adjustment or for controlling the different scenes, and to an on/off switch.
Carefully choose the desired suspension cable length version from the drop-down menu.
Materials: Steel, Polycarbonate
Light source: 50W LED
Light temperature: 2700K
Management via App - Luceplan Mesh
Wireless Kit: Included
Network requirement: 2.4GHz WiFi
For indoor: IP20
Diameter: Ø80 cm
Height: 60 cm
Canopy: Ø30 x 7 cm
Available suspension cable lengths (in meters): 1m / 2m / 3m / 4m / 5m
"I set out to create a lamp starting from this capacity of spatial decomposition of the LEDs, distributing them in such a way as to optimize the diffusion of light, but above all with the intention of giving each said points independence." - Francisco Gomez Paz