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LED Troffer Aims To Improve Occupant Comfort


MaxLite introduces the Indirect Troffer as a high-performance LED recessed luminaire that adds comfortable light and architectural appeal to commercial spaces.

Ideal for office, education, hospitality, health care environments, the Indirect Troffer uses voluminous, high efficiency reflectors to fill the room with visually comfortable, low-glare, LED illumination. Available as a 2’x2’ or 2’x4’ fixture to fit standard grid applications, the Indirect Troffer achieves exceptional efficacy above 125 lumens per watt, earning the fixture placement on the DesignLights Consortium (DLC) Premium Qualified Products list. In addition to the energy savings, the light quality and fixture aesthetic are best-in-class for the product tier.

“We like to say that our new Indirect Troffer is easy on the eyes in a number of ways,” said Director of Indoor Product Management Brendan Drew. “Not only is it an aesthetically pleasing fixture, but the indirect nature of the light reduces glare and makes it a really comfortable light to live, work, learn or relax under.”

The 25- and 32-watt models ship standard with a 0-10V dimming driver that enables smooth dimming down to one percent of full light output. The lndirect Troffer may be paired with IntelliMax, MaxLite’s intelligent wireless lighting controls system, as the simple, scalable way to meet building codes and increase energy savings. Emergency battery backup and integrated lighting control options, such as motion sensors and photocells, are also available to order. The Indirect Troffer is available with MaxLite’s 10-year limited warranty.

Contact FacilitiesNet Editorial Staff »   posted on: 10/17/2018


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