LED track lighting solution offers extra power with precision

LED track lighting solution offers extra power with precision

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Passively cooled, Cylindrix IV offers various beam spreads and color temperatures that allow specifiers and end-users to place the precise light exactly where they want it.

Cylindrix C4 46w LED Accent is a replacement for 70 W ceramic metal halide fixtures. C4 is engineered with a passive cooling LED optic with three beam spreads: Spot (15-degree), Flood (25-degree), and Wide Flood (36-degree). Spun aluminum reflectors are interchangeable in the field.

C4 delivers up to 3263 lumens and a 26,826 CBCP of crisp white light, using Next Generation CoB technology for increased output and efficacy. 83 CRI is offered in 2700K, 3000K, 3500K and 4000K CCTs while a 97 CRI is available in 2200K, 2700K and 3000K CCTs. Also available is Amerlux’s CrispWhite LED technology which provides richer whites and more vibrant colors.

Constructed with a die-cast optical housing, an extruded aluminum driver and a clear glass lense, C4 can be track, busway or surface canopy mounted with ‘non slip aiming’ for a vibration-proof, secure fit. The device operates on one-, two- and three-circuit 120-277 volt systems. The fixture is designed with a vertical tilt (0 to 90 degrees) and 360-degree rotation, to allow for precise aiming. ELV and Triac dimming are standard for both 120 V or 277 V systems.

The luminaire accepts a broad range of lighting control accessories, including a snoot, linear spread lens, hexcell louver and cross blade.

White Texture, Black Texture and Silver Texture finishes are standard, but custom color options include over 200 durable powder coat painted finishes from an extensive palette, to complement nearly any design scheme.

With a broad array of style-matched surface canopy, multiples, and cove accent fixtures, Cylindrix track makes it easy to create complete, dynamic, sustainable lighting schemes.

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