FloatPlane - Suspended
With FloatPlane LED, it’s easier than ever to integrate sleek and sporty style into your layout and within budget. Fresh and playful, with Curve and Edge profile options, FloatPlane’s performance rivals that of high-end LED luminaires with the affordability of fluorescent. Available tunable white technology gives you the ability to vary color temperature and intensity, harmonizing lighting with your daily life.
Driving performance beyond the edge.
With performance up to 129 LPW, FloatPlane brings the distinct energy savings of LED, and allows the use of fewer luminaires in the space compared to fluorescent sources.
Elite style to make a statement.
FloatPlane's sleek, low-profile design of only 1.2"h x 8"w, and a choice of Curve or Edge profiles, blends seamlessly into your unique design. Distribution options of 70% up, 75% down and 100% down put light where its needed or heighten the mood without creating a distraction.
New heights in design are within your reach.
As affordable as fluorescent luminaires but without the bulk, FloatPlane frees you to achieve exciting new heights in design.
Balanced illumination, astonishing performance
FloatPlane uses a combination of high reflectivity materials and specialised diffusers to shape and soften the light output in both upper and lower hemispheres. This delivers a powerful combination of efficacies up to 129LPW, smooth light gradations both on the ceiling and the workplane, and a silky smooth appearance to the lower lens. The wide-throw upper batwing distribution allows luminaires to be spaced wider apart without sacrificing visual comfort or light levels, resulting in fewer luminaires, lower project costs and lower long term energy bills.
Typical FloatPlane suspended (symmetric) light distributions (asymmetric distributions available in wall mount):
To determine approximate light levels using a simple lumen method calculator, please select CalcZone next to the ies file on the Philips Lighting eCatalog:
Modules + Runs
Different modules can be joined together to create continuous runs of various lengths. The following table shows how to configure typical runs using different modules.
FloatPlane Spec Sheets FloatPlane ies Files