Lighting system with low-glare optic

The TraceLite mini canopy disperses an even light distribution to optimize the quality of light within an environment.

12/13/2016


The TraceLite mini canopy disperses an even light distribution to optimize the quality of light within an environment. Courtesy: Barron Lighting GroupThe TraceLite MC (mini canopy) is a compact, slim 10-in. profile that produces 4,845 lumens and consumes only 42 W while dispersing an even light distribution with a low-glare optic. Constructed of UV stabilized polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA), the lens optimizes visual comfort without sacrificing lighting efficiency. This configuration eliminates eye strain or distraction. Attention to tasks at hand at libraries, pharmacy drive-throughs, schools, parking garages, and truck stops are enhanced by optimizing the quality of light within the environment. The durable and robust MC design allows for universal surface or pendant mount. A 12-in. transition plate is available for easy retrofit of larger HID or CFL fixtures.

Barron Lighting Group

www.barronltg.com



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