LEDme Downlights by WAC Lighting

Sept. 20, 2010
These lights are designed with a clean, architectural look and the luminaires are engineered for precise thermal and optical performance

Designed for for a variety of residential, hospitality, retail and commercial applications, LEDme Downlights utilize the latest energy efficient LED technology, and offer a potential LED life of 50,000 hours. They are dimmable and available in 2-, 3- and 4-inch apertures. Designed with a clean, architectural look the luminaires are engineered for precise thermal and optical performance. State-of-the-art LEDs provides light output equivalent up to a 50 watt halogen lamp while using one-third the power and an average life that is 10-15 times longer. The results are lower operating and maintenance costs for the end-user.

Ideal for new construction and retrofit installations, the new 2-inch recessed downlights are IC-rated and feature Open or Adjustable Round and Square Trim styles in an architectural White finish. The adjustable fixtures offer a 40-degree vertical tilt and 350-degree horizontal rotation for a variety of applications with precision control. All 2-inch luminaires distribute light at a 24-degree beam angle and can be dimmed from 100 to 15 percent using an electronic low voltage dimmer. The new 3-inch and 4-inch downlights offer both IC and Non-IC rated models that are designed and engineered for retrofit and new construction applications. All 3-inch and 4-inch luminaires can be dimmed from 100 to one percent using either an incandescent or electronic low voltage dimmer.

For more information, visit www.waclighting.com.

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