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Indirect Luminaires - Cooper Lighting - Facility Management Product Release
Cooper Lighting’s Corelite Class R series of shallow recessed direct-indirect luminaires use low-profile housings designed for constrained plenum space. The lamp features T5 specific low-energy technology and efficient optical engineering.
The Class R1 Ultra Shallow Recessed luminaire features a 1-3/4-inch depth and the Class R2 Shallow Recessed luminaire features a 2-7/8-inch deep housing. The series is available in 1' x 4', 2' x 2' and 2' x 4' sizes with one, two or three lamp options. The lamps work in tandem with an array of advanced dimming and control solutions.
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