Commercial LED downlight fixture

The LBSLEDA fixture is designed for settings where plenum height is challenging or where fire codes restrict the use of recessed fixtures.

10/22/2014


The new fixture is an alternative to recessed products in settings where plenum height is challenging or where fire codes restrict the use of recessed fixtures. Courtesy: Hubbel Lighting

Prescolite's LBSLEDA is an all-in-one LED commercial downlight fixture. The fixture is an alternative to recessed products in settings where plenum height is challenging or where fire codes restrict the use of recessed fixtures. It can be used for commercial, new construction, and remodel applications. The LBSLEDA features a snap-in system. Users need to install the snap-in adapter, connect wires and then snap the fixture into place with the flushmount clip. The fixture also includes an E26 Edison Base adaptor for a retrofit screw-in option. The LBSLEDA delivers 1000 lumens and a CRI above 90, while requiring 17 W of input power. The LBSLEDA is IC/Non-IC rated and suitable for damp locations.

Hubbell Lighting

www.hubbelllighting.com 



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