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    Highwire® Under‑cabinet Light

    Antenna Design 2014

    Highwire under-cabinet task light offers simple lines and intuitive controls to complement any environment. The light uses small single LED chips in a clustered array to provide bright, even illumination across a worksurface.


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    Highwire Finishes

    • color Black
    • color Silver


    Additional Info

    • Available in four lengths: 19”, 37”, 67” and 79”
    • Lights can be interconnected for longer applications with single power cord
      • Specify an adder light (which ships without a power supply but with a jumper cable)
      • Interconnecting jumper cables available in 4 lengths: inline, 3”, 12”, 24”, 36”
      • Do not exceed a total 60 watts per power supply
    • Ships with mounts for metal or wood surfaces
    • 5 year, 24/7 warranty; 1 year warranty on power supply
    • Optional universal occupancy sensor turns light off when user leaves and turns light back on when user returns (available Q2)
      • Fits in-line with the light
      • Can be retrofit
      • Must be ordered separately
      • Also works with Sparrow lights
    • UL certified
    • Available for international applications
    Technical Information
    • Small single LED chips in a clustered array provide even illumination
    • Color temperature: 3000K, CRI: 82
    • Lifespan: 50,000 hours or 20 years of regular use
    • See dimensions for length-specific technical information
    Sustainable Design
    • LED is highly energy efficient, mercury-free and long-lasting
    • Designed to use minimal materials
    • Optional occupancy sensor turns the lights off when not in use for maximum efficiency
    • Task lighting allows organizations to reduce overhead lighting and energy used per square foot and contributes toward LEED points
    • Best of NeoCon 2013 Silver Award

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    Antenna Design was founded in 1997 by Masamichi Udagawa, a Cranbrook Academy graduate, and Sigi Moeslinger, who holds degrees from NYU and Art Center College of Design. Antenna's people-centered design approach aims to make the experience of objects and environments more meaningful and exciting. Among Antenna’s best known projects are the design of New York City Subway cars and ticket vending machines, JetBlue check-in kiosks and displays for Bloomberg.

    When Knoll set out to create a new open plan office system, Antenna’s experience with the ever-expanding presence of technology, and their expertise in user experience made them an attractive collaborative partner. Together Knoll and Antenna conceived Antenna Workspaces, an innovative open plan system, which reflects Udagawa and Moeslinger’s interest in functional simplicity and their expertise in using design as a tool of social interaction that bridges people and technology.

    Antenna has been recognized with several prestigious design awards, including the National Design Award in Product Design from the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum. Both Udagawa and Moeslinger are senior critics in graphic design at the Yale University School of Art.