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Schréder Lighting US introduces FOCAL Luminaires for Public Spaces


Elk Grove Village, Illinois— Offering a versatile multipurpose outdoor luminaire that integrates a compact design with superlative photometric performance, Schréder Lighting US introduces FOCAL for a variety of outdoor public spaces.

Schréder’s Focal is a truly multipurpose luminaire with a compact design that provides a wide choice of reflectors, lamps and accessories. Individual lens accessories can be overlaid and an innovative device allows Focal’s lamp position and beam to be easily adjusted on-site while the fixture is in operation. Delivering a very high level of photometric performance,

FOCAL can be deployed with a variety of poles for a broad range of applications:
• Parks
• Playgrounds
• Athletic Fields
• College and corporate campuses
• Shopping centers
• Landscape and pathways
• Building Facades and Entrances
• School Grounds K-12
• Outdoor Staircases

The fixture is rated IP66, an international standard stating that the fixture will be free of any ingress of water and dust and dirt particles, for optimal performance.


The body of the Focal floodlight is crafted of die cast-aluminum, with partially screen-printed glass sealed onto it. A die cast-aluminum bracket enables the required inclination on site and its lockability with two hexagonal screws, integrated into the design of the bracket.

Four refracting lenses make it possible to obtain beams with an oblong or a square design. The refracting lenses frame can be adjusted to 360 degrees.

Accessories include Colored lenses (red, blue, orange, green or amber); Refracting lenses; Louvers; Wireguard; Glare shield; and a Light Channel.

Martin Palicki
Martin Palicki owns and publishes InPark Magazine. Started in 2004, InPark Magazine provides owners and operators the perspective from "in"side the "park." Martin has also written for publications like Sound & Communications, Lighting & Sound America, Attractions Management and others. Martin has been featured in Time Magazine, CNN.com and Folio. Martin lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA.

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