Garden and building spots

The clarios series, unique in the world:

clarios combines an excellent design and state-of-the-art technology while considering a compact architecture. Fea-turing 15 W of LED power, an adjustable dispersion angle and up to 1550 lm with a diameter of only 65 mm the clarios fl ex beam may be the smallest LED garden spot with the highest output density. The clarios product family features the following spots:


The spotlights of the clarios product familiy are:

  • clarios-mini 12 V, 3 W
  • clarios eco 230 V, 6 W
  • clarios eco 24 V, 6/10 W
  • clarios flex beam 24 V, 10 W

All clarios have that in common:

  • Optics for 10 - 40° beam angle, clarios flex beam with adjustable beam angle from 10 - 45
  • Housing V4A stainless steel
  • Maximum housing temperature approx. 60°C
  • Excellent thermal management with ribbed design; the THERMOPROTECT electronics also protect the LED from overheating
  • Resistant connection cable, with separate dimming input, optionally with marten protection
  • With sturdy mounting bracket, housing can be rotated and swivelled, optionally with stainless steel ground stake and/or mounting extension
  • IP 68, 100% housing sealing, also applicable under water
  • With effizienten high-performance LEDs, with 10 and 15 W for up to 1150 lm
  • Tempered glass, 4 mm thick

Overheating protection

LEDs are extremely robust and durable, but there is one thing that LEDs can‘t stand up to, and that is high temperatures. Most dot-spot lights are thus additionally equipped with the THERMOPROTECT system. If critical temperatures occur in the light (e.g. due to direct sunlight, heat venting blocked etc.), the THERMOPROTECT electronics reduce the power to avoid the LED overheating.

Flexible beam angle

clarios flex beam, the first garden spot growing with your plants

The dispersion angle of the clarios flex beam can be set to 10 – 45 ° by turning the front panel.
This offers unique advantages: 1. exact setting of the dispersion angle directly at the object 2. adjustment of the dispersion angle for plant growth