LED recessed modules

The E Series LED recessed modules are designed for high-volume construction as well as new or retrofit projects in light commercial applications.

11/11/2014


The E Series LED recessed modules are designed for high-volume construction as well as new or retrofit projects in light commercial applications. Courtesy: Lithonia LightingThe E Series LED recessed modules from Lithonia Lighting are designed for high-volume construction and everyday stock business. Additionally, it is ideal for both new or retrofit projects in light commercial applications. The E Series LED recessed module is available in multiple color temperatures and has two sizes—a 4-in. module and a combination 5- and 6-in. module. The modules are virtually maintenance free and dimming capabilities include instant-on and CentertoEdge, as well as line voltage dimming to 10% with a zero inrush driver. The E Series LED is wet-location listed for use in any indoor and outdoor application.

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