The SurroundLite™ Story

Introducing innovative technology designed to get much more out of LED lighting. The specially engineered light guide is made of precisely coded and aligned molecules that shape LED output in all three dimensions.


Wide 3D Distribution

With SurroundLite extra-wide, multidimensional light distribution, light is directed in all three planes and sent in every corner of the room. In retail aisles, down distribution provides excellent vertical light on store merchandise. In open plan offices and libraries, rows can be spaced up to 15 feet on center for optimal power densities. SurroundLite brings the promise of balanced brightness, facilitating lighting design.

SurroundLite Innovations Brochure

True lighting benefits of SurroundLite

Wide 3D distribution • Visual comfort • High-efficacy performance

Exceptionally uniform brightness on ceiling and on the work plane/task • Continuously lit aperture with illuminated luminaire extremities • 3D, spherical batwing distribution with cutoff eliminates bright spots directly under luminaire and dark spots between luminaires 

Extra-wide spacing: up to 15-foot centers • Power densities well below ASHRAE 90.1, New York City Building Code and Title 24 requirements • Choice of lumen packages for added flexibility to meet energy requirements

Eliminate the “cave effect”


Visual Comfort

Balanced illumination for superior visual comfort

The highly uniform ceiling brightness opens up a space, illuminates vertical surfaces and invites the eye to explore, which is especially desirable in retail aisle applications. In conference rooms, private offices and open-plan areas, SurroundLite eliminates glare, reduces eye fatigue and supports effective facial recognition.


Energy-Efficient Lighting Design

Achieving maximum lighting effectiveness

With its promise of balanced illumination, SurroundLite facilitates lighting design. Deliver light where it is most needed with precision controlled, 360-degree, spherical distribution and exceptionally wide spacing to further reduce the number of luminaires needed in a space without compromising uniformity.