Surface LED downlight

The Halo SLD Surface LED Downlight Collection has expanded to include the SLD 6-in.

04/14/2016


The Halo SLD Surface LED Downlight Collection has expanded to include the SLD 6-in. 1200 series with universal voltage for use in high ceilings and applications requiring higher light levels. The SLD series is ideal for light commercial general downlighting with its versatile installation, attractive design, and energy efficiency. The series features WaveStream LED technology with AccuAim optics, allowing for an ultra-low profile. The surface-mounting luminaire offers the traditional cone of light performance and look of recessed downlights while consuming only 14.8 W, offering up to 80% in energy savings. The product installs simply in standard junction boxes, satisfying applications with limited plenum space.

Eaton

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