Gira Plug + Light 

Gira, one of the world’s leading full-range suppliers of intelligent system solutions for building management, showcase Plug + Light: a new and defined interface which unites light control and power supply. 

Combined with appropriate light top units, Plug + Light offers easily controllable indoor lighting – from dimming to warm dim – making it an infallible solution for professional electricians, installers and system integrators so flexible indoor lighting can come to life for the end customer.

For flicker-free, dimmable light in matching switch design, Plug + Light is an open system which can be used with standard Gira flush-mounted device boxes, as well as models from Gira‘s British Standard Range. 

Installation is also incredibly simply, as Plug + Light lamps are docked to the light socket outlet via a convenient and powerful magnet. Once inserted in to the Plug + Light socket outlet, each lamp can freely rotate 360° and even be replaced during operation! 

Highlights:

Flexible use: Gira Plug + Light socket outlet fits in the flush-mounted device box, and also in British Standard boxesGira Plug + Light 

Simple installation/replacement of the light inserts during operation

100 percent compatibility of Gira dimmers and Plug + Light top units

Dimming and "warm dim" with standard Gira dimmers

Light socket outlet features:

In the style of the design lines Gira E2, Gira Esprit and Gira Studio

Dimmable via trailing-edge dimmers

Rotatable lamps (continuous 360°)

Magnetic mounting of the light inserts

Automatic detection of the plugged-in light inserts

Mechanical lock

Safe 12 V safety extra-low voltage

Spotlight features:

Adjustable anti-glare attachment via three latching steps: 5/10/15 mm

Hinge 0°-90° swivelling

Continuously rotatable by 360° without limit stop

Flicker-free light over the whole dimming area

Floodlight features:

To match the switch design

Glare-free asymmetrical look

Continuously rotatable by 360° without limit stop

Accent light or work light

Flicker-free light over the whole dimming area

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April 8, 2019

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