LED luminaires

The Indy LED Designer Cove and Indy LED Multi-Spot luminaires designed by Juno Lighting Group for retail and commercial applications combine flexibility and aesthetics with up to 1,000 lumens of PAR30 halogen, bright-white light from only 22 W input.

04/11/2012


Indy LED Designer Cove and Indy LED Multi-SpotThe Indy LED Designer Cove and Indy LED Multi-Spot luminaires designed by Juno Lighting Group for retail and commercial applications combine flexibility and aesthetics with up to 1,000 lumens of PAR30 halogen, bright-white light from only 22 W input. Both fixtures offer three beam spreads and feature one, two, or three LED heads, which easily detach from the housing for adjustments. These luminaires recess into ceilings with an open housing design and a rotating, tilting, expandable yoke assembly. With color temperatures of 2700, 3000, and 4100 K and 85 CRI minimum, these luminaires are dimmable and designed for quick installation in suspended grid, plaster, or drywall ceilings.



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