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The Pelée family is characterised by elegant finish and comfortable light. The common feature in form of the inner conical circles contributes to the characteristic design and to the comfortable, non-glaring spread of light. 

Pelée Wall is IP66 and can be used outside and in. In this case the conical finish is part of the screen, and the glowing edge adds to a pleasant atmosphere and optical guidance.





Material Cast aluminium
Powder coating White: RAL 9010 Textura, SA310G, Akzo Nobel
Alu-grey: RAL 9006 Textura, SP9965 CWS
Black: Noir 900 Sablé, SN351F, Akzo Nobel
Corten brown: YX355F, Akzo Nobel
Shade Polycarbonate, opalised
Mounting On wall, double cable entry
Connection Max two cables, 5 x 2.5 mm2
Classification IP66, class I or II
Impact resistance IK08
Weight 1.5 kg

LED and driver data

LED type Linear LED module
Total consumption 9 or 13 W
Luminous power 1020-1570 lumen
Operational life min 50,000 hours at ta max 25°C, L80B10
Colour temperature 2700, 3000, or 4000 Kelvin
Colour rendering min 90 Ra
Colour accuracy 3 steps SDCM
Output ratio 76%

Driver TCI driver, 350-500 mA
Dimmable upon request
Operational life min 100,000 hours
Alternatively Available with driver and radar for wireless control (bluetooth)

Variants and options


Item No. Pelée Wall
6891- 9 W, 350 mA
6892- 13 W, 500 mA

1723- Base for visible installation, combine with colour code

Combine with

Select colour, colour temperature etc. in the table and add to the item number.

Colour Colour temperature
1 = white 927 = 2700 K, 90 Ra
9 = alu-grey 930 = 3000 K, 90 Ra
17 = corten brown 940 = 4000 K, 90 Ra
66 = noir 900

Dimming Classification
empty = no dimming empty = class I
V = 1-10 V K = class II
D = DALI-2 (4/5-conductor cable)
R = bluetooth sensor

Example: 6891-9930 = Pelée Wall, 9 W, alu-grey, 3000 K, class I

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DesignCubo Architects

The inspirationen to the Pelée luminaires was found at the island of Martinique where the Pelée volcano has formed uniform steps of ashes and lava.

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