Thorn Adds to Tonic Range with Gyro and Gimbal Versions

Tonic Gyro and Tonic Gimbal expand the choice of mounting options for Tonic, while sharing the same tubular appearance and great light quality as the existing Spot. The addition of the gyro and gimbal-mounted versions creates a comprehensive, consistent family of spotlights, making it easier for designer and specifiers to create powerful, cost-effective lighting in retail settings. Especially for retail applications, quality of light is everything, so Tonic’s colourrendering index (CRI) of 90+ makes it an ideal choice.

Tonic Gyro’s recessed gyro-mounting keeps ceilings uncluttered  (Image: Thorn Lighting)

Tonic Gyro’s recessed gyro-mounting keeps ceilings uncluttered, while its interchangeable lenses offer a variety of beam shapes, giving lighting designers maximum flexibility.  For both Tonic Gyro and Tonic Gimbal, beams ranging from a tight 15° to a very wide 60° are available, while light heads can rotate 355° and tilt 75° (only for Gyro / Gimbal 355° and tilt 30°). Tonic Gyro is available in single, double and triple versions, with lumen packages of 1800 m and 2800 lm and colour temperatures of 3000K and 4000K. Tonic’s CRI of over 90 reflects the high colour quality. But while some light sources favour warm hues at the expense of bright whites – or vice versa – Tonic’s LED light source has been fine-tuned to combine pure, clean whites with intense, saturated colours. So whatever is in fashion, Tonic will make sure it looks its very best.

The addition of the gyro and gimbal-mounted versions creates a comprehensive, consistent family of spotlights. (Image: Thorn Lighting) 

Tonic Gimbal comes with a choice of single, double and triple frames, and interchangeable light heads including spot and flood beams for even more flexibility. Thorn’s Tonic products are globally certified and supplied with an integrated multi-voltage driver, so they’re ready to be specified anywhere in the world, and installation is simple, thanks to Thorn’s “flag” system, which ensures a secure connection to the ceiling with no slipping.

The addition of the gyro and gimbal-mounted versions creates a comprehensive, consistent family of spotlights. (Image: Thorn Lighting) 

Sven Scharfe, Global Product Manager said: “Tonic combines high colour quality with costeffectiveness, so there’s no need for retailers to compromise on colour in order to get the benefits of LED. With the introduction of gyro and gimbal versions, the Tonic family now represents a comprehensive range, which is globally certified. Retail clients can now source products for multicountry rollouts from just one supplier, with a minimal number of SKUs.”

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