1,400-lumen downlight series

The standard Juno IC 1400 Lumen Downlights produce brilliant illumination for high-ceiling applications, with performance equivalent to 120 W, PAR38, or BR40 incandescent luminaires from fewer than 21 input W.

04/14/2016


The standard Juno IC 1400 Lumen Downlights produce brilliant illumination for high-ceiling applications, with performance equivalent to 120 W, PAR38, or BR40 incandescent luminaires from fewer than 21 input W, resulting in energy savings of more than 80%. These fixtures offer compatibility with existing Juno trims, including a hyperbolic trim that enables users to create a "silent ceiling" effect by reducing image and aperture brightness. The standard ceiling downlights are available in 5- and 6-in. new-construction housings and fit within 2x8 construction. The Juno Standard Slope and Super Slope LED Downlights deliver 1,400 lumens, making them better suited to the higher installation heights typically found with slope ceilings.

Juno Lighting Group

www.junolightinggroup.com


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