Today’s Facility Manager serves as a comprehensive resource for facility product and service buyers. In this web exclusive Lighting product focus, the editors present several of the latest introductions to the market. Look for a variety of product categories to be highlighted online throughout the year. These are in addition to the products you will find featured in the magazine during 2014.
Micro6 by Alera Lighting
Micro6 is a 4′ L x 6″ W recessed architectural luminaire that integrates with specialty grid ceilings and drywall installations. It is available in LED, T5, and T5HO sources with Opal Acrylic (OA) or High Efficiency (HE) flush or regressed snap-in lens choices and offers driver/ballast options compatible with occupancy sensors, daylight harvesting, and other common systems. The Micro6 LM6R LED features a CRI of 82, a 50,000 hour life at L80 lumen maintenance, and delivers efficacies up to 100 lumens per watt in packages from 2,000 to 4,000 lumens in 3000K, 3500K, and 4000K color temperatures. The Micro6 T5 and T5HO versions are available with one, two, or three lamps that deliver 28 watt T5 or 54 watt T5HO symmetric downlight distribution. They are rated at more than 25,000 hours and provide up to 95% lumen maintenance.
LINE by WAC Lighting
LINE is a .5″ deep edge lit LED task luminaire that delivers an asymmetrical forward throw light distribution without glare, multiple shadows, or hot spots; provides up to 50 foot-candles from 30″ with an efficacy of 52 lumens per watt; and is rated for 80,000 hours. It can attach or detach from the dock for tool-free cleaning and installation using the magnetic docking station, is constructed with hidden connectors for end-to-end attachment and two screws for mounting, and can be installed under a cabinet. Crafted of recycled extruded aluminum and polycarbonate and finished with an abrasion resistant brushed aluminum, LINE is available in 6″, 12″, 18″, 24″, and 30″ lengths and features a built-in high/low switch. It is UL and cUL listed and can be dimmed to 10% with an electronic low voltage (ELV) dimmer.
LED G40 Globe by MaxLite®
The LED G40 Globe is a dimmable (to 10%) 15 watt LED that replaces 90 watt incandescent bulbs in vanity and decorative lighting fixtures. Offered with a standard E26 base, it outputs 900 lumens of light and a warm 3000K correlated color temperature (CCT) to support placement in damp locations. The LED G40 Globe has a CRI of 80; a 25,000 hour life (L70); and delivers a 900 lumen output that is maintained by an integrated thermal management system. The housing of each cool running lamp measures 4.8″ W x 6.4″ H and is constructed of die-cast aluminum, which acts as a heat sink to provide thermal heat conductivity.
LED PARfection™ MR16 by Litetronics®
LED PARfection MR16 lamps replace 35 watt to 50 watt halogen MR16 lamps in new or retrofit installations. They generate over 70 lumens per watt, consume 6 watts, and come in a range of color temperatures (e.g., 2700°K, 3000°K, and 4000°K) with beam spread choices of 25° Narrow Flood, 40° Flood. LED PARfection MR16 lamps are ETL listed for electrical safety, meet FCC qualifications for low electrical interference and noise, and are RoHS compliant and lead- and mercury-free. Available in both GU 5.3 bi-pin and GU-10 bases, units feature instant-on, full brightness; are rated for 25,000 hours; employ the Thermal-Breeze™ cooling system to wick away excess lamp heat; and meet ANSI specifications.
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