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Metal Halide Lighting - Halo Lighting - Facility Management Product Release
Halo’s 505 Series metal halide track lampholders offers longer lamp life, as well as one of the smallest MR16 CMH lampholders on the market. Available in accent and wall wash models, the lampholders accept 20W MR16, 39W and 70W PAR30 or T6 CMH lamps.
The line features use of a die-cast and extruded aluminum ballast housing that remains aligned with the track rather than rotating with the lamp shade when aiming. Tilt and rotation can be locked in place with allen set screws. A locking tab secures the lampholder in the track, and an integral on-off switch matches the housing finish. The adjustable beam T6 Accent lampholder features a silicone adjustment knob that allows the lampholder to be hot aimed to any desired beam angle from spot to flood.
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