Lithonia Lighting Expands LED Downlighting Options for the Home
Acuity Brands, Inc. introduces the L Series LED downlighting modules by Lithonia Lighting®. The L Series modules consist of a light engine and decorative trim that provide an economical solution for bringing energy-efficient LED lighting into homes while providing the warm look of traditional lighting.
The L Series modules are virtually maintenance free and 80 percent more energy efficient than incandescent lamps. The expected lamp life of these modules is more than 17 times longer than incandescent lamps and payback can be realized in as quickly as one year. Available in 4″, 5″ and 6" apertures, the L Series modules are applicable for new construction, renovation or retrofit projects. The modules are specifically designed to fit most popular IC and non-IC housings, feature focused optics that precisely direct light from the LED to the task pane and are TRIAC dimmable down to 15 percent.
"It is important we deliver to the consumer market the same quality of lighting our commercial customers have come to expect from Lithonia Lighting LED luminaires," said Michael Bruce, Value Stream Manager, Residential Downlighting for Lithonia Lighting. "We applied our solid state lighting technology expertise and developed a high quality luminaire that allows homeowners to take advantage of all that LEDs have to offer, thus delivering a better lighting experience."
The L Series modules are available nationally through Lithonia Lighting sales representatives and authorized distributors.
Stacie OdenProject ManagerUnited Statesstacie.email@example.com
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