Design possibilities: Pendant Multiples by Amerlux

Pendant Multiples allows additional design possibilities to deliver multiple beams of light from a single housing.

Amerlux has launched curved and straight Pendant Multiples to offer additional design possibilities to deliver multiple beams of light from a single housing. The curved Pendant Multiple is available with color-changing uplight. Both pendant and surface mount versions let accent heads adjust from recessed to semi-recessed in the field.

Amerlux Pendant Multiples are the latest addition to the Hornet HP and Cylindrix III Mini LED families. Hornet HP LED Pendant Multiples replace conventional sources, such as MR16 or metal halide fixtures with a more efficient, long life energy source. Fully dimmable to less than 5 percent, beams are changed with optical film, while LED heads and drivers are fully replaceable. Hornet HP fixtures are Energy Star rated. Options include: Narrow Spot, Spot, Narrow Flood, Medium Flood, Flood, and Wide Flood. Hornet HP uses an electronic constant current LED driver and ELV or Triac dimming for compatibility with existing dimming systems. Trim finishes are offered in white texture, black texture and silver texture. An assortment of options and accessories are available.

Cylindrix III Mini LED Pendant Multiples are compact die-cast luminaires with a variety of wattages, color temperatures and beam spreads down to eight degrees. It has passively cooled LED heads, with full dimming capacity. The cylindrical profile has an architectural styling to complement various interiors and a deeply recessed light source. Triac and ELV dimming are standard on universal systems ranging from 120-277V. A range of lighting control accessories are accepted, including snoots, linear spread and beam softening lenses, cross blades and louvers. Black textured, white textured and silver textured finishes are standard. Custom finishes are available.


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