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Acuity Brands’ Lithonia Lighting AC Series is an indoor volumetric LED luminaire delivering ambient white light in a classic yet contemporary architectural style with a standard deep regressed door frame and step baffles.

09/13/2012


ACLEDAcuity Brands’ Lithonia Lighting AC Series is an indoor volumetric LED luminaire delivering ambient white light in a classic yet contemporary architectural style with a standard deep regressed door frame and step baffles. This luminaire provides energy savings from the use of LED lighting, full range dimming, and a plug-and-play dataport for the embedded nLight controls interface that allows for constant system monitoring and lumen management and compensation. The ACLED creates volumetric light through frosted acrylic tile without extending below the ceiling plane. It is available in a 2x2-ft configuration and features 3300 delivered lumens at 41 input W.

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