Specification-grade LED fixtures

Specification-grade LED fixtures that can be used in the residential, commercial, and retail/hospitality sectors.

03/03/2016


Specification-grade LED fixtures that can be used in the residential, commercial, and retail/hospitality sectors. Courtesy: Specialty Lighting IndustriesSpecialty Lighting Industries' specification-grade LED fixtures include SLI's Graffiti, LED Slice, and SLI Step Light fixtures for use in the residential, commercial, and retail/hospitality sectors. SLI's Graffiti is available in adjustable, fixed, and wall-wash LED downlight versions that deliver dimming capabilities for the professional and residential lighting markets. They are available Ambient Dim models with CRI of 96, light output of 1,000 lumens, and dimming from 3,000K to 1,900K, as well as in a standard version. LED Slice fixture with a 1½-in. aperture delivers light output of 1,300 lumens/ft. SLI's Step Light is a highly decorative LED fixture with a flush wall-mount installation that delivers above-the-floor accent lighting.

Specialty Lighting Industries

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