LED Recessed Lighting - Cooper Lighting - Facility Management Product Release
Halo® downlights deliver more than 600 lumens and have a color rendering index of 80. The recessed fixture exceeds high efficacy requirements for Californiaâ€™s Title 24, with energy savings of more than 75 percent when compared with a 65-watt incandescent lamp. The fixture is constructed to provide 50,000 hours of life. For additional energy savings, the LED module is dimmable to about 15 percent using standard alternating-current dimmers and to about 5 percent with dimmers that have a low end-trim adjustment. The light source is not susceptible to vibration because there is no filament to break, which reduces the risk of premature failure.
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