The integrated rechargeable lithium ion battery liberates the luminaire from the otherwise obligatory power outlet and allows it to be positioned wherever required. It is mounted by means of a built-in magnet that attaches the light to a metal wall plate. After up to 150 hours of use, the battery is drained and ready for recharging – either via its micro-USB port or a separate rapid charger. The actual luminaire contains light-emitting diodes that use a microstructured light guide to emit diffuse light in the direction of both the wall and the room – the distinctive kink in the housing is specially designed to assist with this double-sided effect. The luminaire is activated and dimmed via a capacitive sensor and equipped with daylight and presence sensors that regulate the luminous intensity automatically. What’s more, the lights are able to communicate with one another wirelessly, enabling groups of several individual units to be switched on simultaneously.