Luminis’ Oculus recessed downlight is designed for outdoor, under-canopy applications. It is weather-resistant with an IP-66 rating. It provides 360-degree rotation and 30-degree tilt angle for precise aiming of light.
DMF Lighting’s Apex Series LED DRD2X lamp delivers up to 750 lumens and 4,000 candelas and is 90+ CRI-rated. Users can switch between 20-, 30- and 40-degree beam angles. It is compatible with DMF’s OneFrame modular housing system, which enables users to mix and match lamps, trims and more.
Focal Point’s ID+ cylinder downlight luminaire is available in 31/2- and 41/2-in. aperture sizes. It can be suspended or surface-mounted. It features a single-piece, die-cast reflector; a knife edge and a decorative reveal. Fifty- or 80-degree cut-off cones and distributions from spot to super-wide flood are available.
Eaton’s Portfolio 2-in. LED downlight is available in square and round apertures and 500, 1,000, 1,500 and 2,000 lumens. Four light beam distributions, six color temperature and three CRI options also are available. Additional 4-, 6- and 8-in. models are available.
Lighting Science’s Glimpse Advantage downlight produces more than 90 CRI and is dimmable from 10–100 percent. It can be ordered with different color rings, is wet-rated and comes in three color temperatures: 2,700K, 3,000K and 4,000K.
Eaton’s Halo ML4 LED downlighting system includes housing, a 900-lumen LED module and a choice of round or square field-interchangeable, 2-in. aperture, pinhole trim. The trims are available in open, lens and lens-wall-wash styles in 25-, 40- or 55-degree wide-flood distributions.