Other features include a Bluetooth wireless control option for Fira, plus an array of beam distributions from narrow spots to wide floods. The range also supports several mounting options, including floor, wall, and ceiling locations, allowing Fira to integrate seamlessly into architectural spaces. Multiple column-mounted solutions can also be configured to help bring public spaces to life.
Discussing the product launch, Terry Dean, DW Windsor Group CEO, said: “Fira represents the first collaboration between these two brands since the DW Windsor Group acquired Pulsar in 2020. We’ve brought together the technical expertise from both companies to develop a cohesive range of products designed to enhance urban locations.
“Both companies have a long history of delivering high-quality lighting solutions to the global specification market. With advanced features and exceptional performance, Fira is set to raise the bar for external lighting.”