LED downlights

The Halo RL4 LED series features retrofit baffle-trim module for 4 in. aperture recessed downlights.

11/06/2014


Eaton's Halo RL4 LED series features retrofit baffle-trim module for 4 in. aperture recessed downlights. Courtesy: EatonEaton's Halo RL4 LED series features retrofit and baffle-trim recessed downlights. The RL4 integral LED driver is dimmable at 120 V. The RL4 lens provide uniform illumination and wet location listing. Halo RL4 model consumes 11 W and lasts up to 22 years (based on six hours of daily use). The LED trims are designed to install in 4 in. aperture housings and are suitable for new construction, remodel, or retrofit installations. The model provides light output equivalent to a traditional 50 W incandescent light bulb. RL4 module construction includes LED, heat sink, reflector, lens, baffle, and trim ring. Its heat sink conducts heat away from the LED to keep the junction temperature below specified maximums, even when installed in insulated ceiling environments.

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