LED with adjustable downlight

Ideal for sloped ceilings and accent lighting applications, Prescolite’s A2LED offers a smooth 35-deg optical pattern, which may be adjusted and locked up to 30-deg from vertical.

04/08/2013


Prescolite’s A2LED offers a smooth 35-deg optical pattern, which may be adjusted and locked up to 30-deg from vertical. Courtesy: PrescoliteIdeal for sloped ceilings and accent lighting applications, Prescolite's A2LED offers a smooth 35-deg optical pattern, which may be adjusted and locked up to 30-deg from vertical. It also has an installation that allows 360-deg rotational aiming - completed from below the ceiling. It also translated center beam optics to reduce glare at high aiming angles. The A2LED's Xicato light engine allows for rich color rendering and saturation. Additionally, the A2LED features a 2-in. ceiling opening, glare-free illumination, a high lumen output, and long life, low maintenance benefits with a minimum of 50,000 hrs at 70% lumen maintenance.

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