Published: December 2012
By: Liton Lighting
Liton Lighting’s LRLDH487 4-in. fully adjustable LED downlight has a 45-degree tilt in any direction and delivers more than 650 lumens. It has three beam spreads: 25, 45 and 60 degrees; two input options: 120V and 120V/277V; and two emergency battery-backup options. It is available in 3,000K and 4,000K with 80 CRI. The LED is installed in the trim, and the driver is mounted on the J-box on the housing for cool operation.
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