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NYX WALL

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Nyx is a range of exterior fittings for wall, bollard, or pole mounting. NYX is the answer to today’s demands for pleasant and well-defined light directed to the place where light is required.

The Nyx 190 fitting can be mounted on wall or bollard. 
Nyx 330 is available both as wall fitting and as lantern.

Specifications

NYX 190

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Luminaire

NYX 190
Material Cast aluminium
Powder coating Graphite grey: YW355F, Akzo Nobel
Silver grey: Y2370I, Akzo Nobel
Black: RAL 9005, SN805G, Akzo Nobel
Black: Noir 900 Sablé, SN351F, Akzo Nobel
Corten brown: YX355F, Akzo Nobel
Shade Frosted polycarbonate
Mounting On wall or special pole, double cable entry
Option for base for visible installation
Connection 5 x 2.5 mm2 into terminal block
Classification IP66, class I or II
Impact resistance IK10
Weight 2.6 kg


LED and driver data

LED type Bridgelux Vero 10
Operational life min 100,000 hours at ta max 25° C, L90B10
Total consumption 12 or 16 W (350 or 500 mA)
Colour temperature 2700, 3000, or 4000 Kelvin
Colour rendering min 90 Ra
Colour accuracy 3 steps SDCM
Output ratio 57%

Driver Helvar LED driver
350 or 500 mA
Operational life min 50,000 hours

Variants and options

 

Item No. Nyx 190
6843- 12 W Bridgelux Vero 10, 350 mA
6844- 16 W Bridgelux Vero 10, 500 mA

Option
1711- Base for visible installation, combine with colour code



Combine with

Select colour, colour temperature, etc. in the table below.

Colour Colour temperature
3 = black 927 = 2700 K, 90 Ra
4 = graphite grey 930 = 3000 K, 90 Ra
9 = silver grey 940 = 4000 K, 90 Ra
17 = corten brown
66 = noir 900

Dimming Classification
empty = no dimming empty = class I
V = 1-10 V K = class II
D = Dali



Example Item No.: 6843-9930 = Nyx 190 12 W LED for wall mounting, silver grey, 3000 K, 90 Ra, class I

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Luminaire

NYX 190
Material Cast aluminium
Powder coating Graphite grey: YW355F, Akzo Nobel
Silver grey: Y2370I, Akzo Nobel
Black: RAL 9005, SN805G, Akzo Nobel
Black: Noir 900 Sablé, SN351F, Akzo Nobel
Corten brown: YX355F, Akzo Nobel
Shade Frosted polycarbonate
Mounting On wall or special pole, double cable entry
Option for base for visible installation
Connection 5 x 2.5 mm2 into terminal block
Classification IP66, class I or II
Impact resistance IK10
Weight 2.6 kg


Lamp type

E27 max 57 W, max length 130 mm, max diameter 58 mm
We recommend Deco Aurora LED dimmable, 7.5 W, 2700 K, 20,000 hours operation
Output ratio 39%


Variants and options

 

Item No. Nyx 190
6022- E27, max 57 W, max length 130 mm, max diameter 58 mm

Option
1100-6 A60 Deco Aurora LED dimmable, 7.5 W, 2700 K, 80 Ra, 20,000 hours operation
1711- Base for visible installation, combine with colour code



Combine with

Select colour in the table below.

Colour Classification
3 = black empty = class I
4 = graphite grey K = class II
9 = silver grey
17 = corten brown
66 = noir 900




Example Item No.: 6022-4 = Nyx 190 E27, graphite grey, class I

Media & downloads

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Nyx 190 on wall - Favrholm, Hillerød

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Nyx 190 silver grey - Residences Kastanieparken Hillerød

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Nyx 190 silver grey - Residences Kastanieparken Hillerød

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Nyx 190 at Ny Kaervang, Limfjorden, Cubo Architects

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Nyx 190 wall at Ny Kaervang, Cubo Architects

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Nyx bollard 1000 - Bagsværd New School

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Masu Planning, landscape architects, have used the Nyx luminaires in the residence "Bjerglandsbyen" in the Copenhagen suburb Brønshøj; here the Nyx Bollard.

DesignVilhelm Lauritzen Architects

The story of Nyx begins in 2004 when Vilhelm Lauritzen Architects present the first draft for a wall fitting in two sizes. The design was simple, but characteristic and easily recognisable. Furthermore, Nyx differed from other luminaires of the time by the fact that it is cast in aluminium. Soon the series grew by lanterns and bollards, and especially the lanterns have shown great potential in street lighting.

More about Vilhelm Lauritzen Architects here.