LED downlights

The Indy Performance Series LED downlights from the Juno Lighting Group are designed for commercial-grade new construction, remodel, and retrofit applications.

04/08/2013


The Indy Performance Series LED downlights from the Juno Lighting Group are designed for commercial-grade new construction, remodel, and retrofit applications. Courtesy: Juno Lighting GroupThe Indy Performance Series LED downlights from the Juno Lighting Group are designed for commercial-grade new construction, remodel, and retrofit applications. The Indy Performance Series LED downlights provide users with several features including a hyperbolic reflector design that reduces glare effect, a lumen depreciation indicator system that notifies maintenance staff when the LED light engine should be replaced, and chip-on-board light engine technology for high-quality uniform illumination. Additionally, the Indy Performance Series LED downlights provide users with 50,000 hrs of operation while maintaining 70% of their initial luminance. The light engines can also be easily changed out for replacement or future upgrades.  

Juno Lighting Group 

www.junolightinggroup.com



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