The shape of this reflector may look like a deep reflector, but it actually gives you a medium-wide beam angle of about 135 degrees! The unique light distribution allows not only horizontal but also vertical uniformity. In a large overlapping plan, the vertical light depreciation over double the distance to the light is less than 8%, with light uniformity at optimal height over 90% average.
- The spread of the Pro 1000 equipped with the HR96 DE reflector is about 4x6 ft (110x180cm) at 3 ft distance in overlapping plans, providing light levels of up to 1000 µmol s-1 m-2.
- The spread of the Pro 6//750 with the HR96 DE reflector is about 3x4.5 ft (90x135 cm) at 2.5 ft distance in overlapping plans, providing light levels of up to 1000 µmol s-1 m-2.
- The spread of the Pro 600 with the industry-standard HR96 SE (Single Ended) reflector is about 2.7x4 ft (80x120 cm) at 2 ft distance in overlapping plans for light levels up to 1000 µmol s-1 m-2.
- Notice that the spread of a reflector is never square, but always rectangular. This is a rule of thumb for smaller rooms up to 20-30 fixtures. Specific room dimensions may ask for creative solutions, as not all rooms have perfect dimensions for light. Always have a Gavita light engineer make you a lighting plan, which is a free service for committed customers.