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Wendel Optical Framing/Contour Projector
for Fine Art Lighting
Model 2300P • UL Approved
The Model 2300P Wendel Optical Framing/Contour Projector
for Fine Art Lighting is used to illuminate large paintings, sculptures, tapestries, furniture and other art objects.
A dramatic effect is achieved by confining the light rays to the exact contour of the object. The projector can be custom painted to blend with its surroundings.
 

Construction
The cast aluminum housing and condenser are precision machined for the placement of the optics. The adjustable objective tube is precision spun aluminum. The housing accommodates two cast aluminum universal mounting arms allowing for a variety of stable installations.

Optics
Three high quality ground plano convex lenses and one spherical glass mirror are used in  the projector to provide a maximum intensity achromatic light source. Focus is provided by two or more high quality objective lenses.

Power & Lamps
The maximum power requirement is 400 watts, 120 VAC.
Lamps are GE Q250MC or Q400MC or equivalent.

Dimensions
The minimum dimensions of the unit without mounting arms are 6.5"high, 5.5 inches wide, 11.0" long.

Servicing
Lamp assembly, brass confinement plate and objective tube are all readily accessible for service. Unit accessibility depends upon installation. See models 60, 70, and 80 access rings and plates.
 
How to Specify for a Recessed Installation:
1. Wendel Optical Framing/Contour Projector (Model 2300P)
2. Rectangular housing (Model 2300R)
3. Access ring and plate (Model 60 or Model 80)
 

Wendel Framing Projector Lights - Disclaimer

1. There is a possibility that existing construction may not allow the Projector Light to be installed due to vertical clearances, joist spacing, or other obstructions.

2. The Light Confinement will have a blue edge along the perimeters.

3. If art work is glossy that will cause glare on the artwork.

4. Deep Frames may cast a shadow on top of the artwork.

5. The Light Confinement cannot stop exactly on an edge, darkness will exist on artwork or spill light will appear on Frame or Wall.

 

6. Projector Light installed off center of artwork will result in brighter illumination on the off center side.

7. Top of artwork will be brighter than bottom of artwork especially on tall artwork.

8. Multiple Projector Lights installed for artwork may have overlapping lines and will be visible to the eye. Composition of artwork has to be carefully tested to see if this is acceptable, if not then alternative lighting solutions may need to be recommended.

Wendel Art Lighting of New York / Thomas P. Richmond, Inc.
Lighting Design and Leader in the Illumination of Fine Art and Art Collections
79 Longview Avenue, White Plains, NY 10605
Phone (914) 428-2511
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