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Camber by U.S. Architectural Lighting

Nov. 17, 2010
Avant-garde accent lighting

The Camber series of accent lights adds a distinctive look perfect for museums, entrance halls, atriums and transit terminals, shopping malls, entryways, and walkways.

The Camber series includes five models with up and down distribution patterns and can be installed with fixed or adjustable indirect reflectors to redirect light towards entries and walkways. 

Lamp options include: pulse start metal halide (50 to 100W with 4,100 to 8,500 lumens), high pressure sodium (50 to 100W with 4,000 to 9,500 lumens), and compact fluorescent (42W with 3,200 lumens).

Camber measures 24 inches high and 8 to 16 inches wide, depending on the model, and 10 to 13.5 inches deep. Recommended mounting heights are 8 to 12 feet above ground.

The fixture body is constructed from low copper cast aluminum and is finished with an electrostatically-applied powder coat baked at 400 degrees for durability.

For more information on the Camber, visit U.S. Architectural Lighting at www.usaltg.com

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