Mini LED step lights

Juno Lighting Group introduces wall-mounted LED mini step lights.

07/01/2011


Juno LED mini step lights by Juno Lighting Group are intended for indoor or outdoor wall-mount applications. Designed for a range of applications, the Juno LED Mini step lights are modular, environmentally friendly, and energy efficient. Juno mini LED step lights do not contain any lead, mercury, or harmful ultraviolet or infrared wavelengths. The IC-rated mini LED step lights consume merely 2.6 watts and provide unique light distribution patterns. When used with Juno qualified 120V electronic low voltage dimmers, the LED Driver has a better dimming range and can accommodate an input voltage of 120 VAC at 60Hz. Juno offers an outdoor version of the mini LED step lights that are UL and cUL listed for wet locations and achieve IP65 rating. These outdoor step lights are finished with durable corrosion-resistant paint and gasketed to prevent the intrusion of water and other contaminants.

www.junolightinggroup.com



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