Dimmable LED lightbars

MaxLite’s Dimmable LED Lightbars for custom applications are designed with an integral built-in LED driver, using a grounded 3-wire construction.

04/08/2013


MaxLite’s Dimmable LED Lightbars for custom applications are designed with an integral built-in LED driver, using a grounded 3-wire construction. Courtesy: MaxLiteMaxLite’s Plug-And-Play Self-Driven, Dimmable LED Lightbars for custom applications are designed with an integral built-in LED driver, using a grounded 3-wire construction. The self-driven luminaires plug right into existing 120 V electrical systems. The LED Lightbars were re-engineered with three times the lumen output for a more powerful light and feature a new architectural grade diffuser above the LEDs to minimize glare and deliver even light distribution. Fully dimmable with any incandescent dimmer, the LED Lightbars link together for continuous, uninterrupted long runs. They are constructed of extruded aluminum with a powder-coated finish for a sleek appearance in all applications. 

MaxLite 

www.maxlite.com



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