High performance: Nora Lighting’s 6-inch LED Cylinder

The new six-inch aperture LED Cylinder comes in three models and four mounting options.

Nora Lighting now offers a new 6-inch aperture LED Cylinder in three models and four mounting options. Models include a high performance LED, an economy LED and medium base incandescent/LED. Mounting options allow for a themed appearance and feature: cable mount, pendant stem mount, surface or wall mount.

Deep-set reflectors are available in a variety of finishes and produce up to 4000 lumens in 2700K, 3000K, 3500K and 4000K. All models have CRI 90+ high color rendition for more natural illumination. The fixture measures 14 ½” high x 7 ½” in diameter in white or black, and is available in two sections for easier installation.

Cylinder’s LED model incorporates CREE technology with True White performance, integrated driver and ceramic LED package. Comfort Dim is optional and allows dimming from 2700K down to 1800K.

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The economy Cylinder LED has 750 or 1000 lumens, 90+ CRI and the latest Cree COB technology, while the medium-based 250W (max) R/BR/PAR incandescent/LED has an optional GU24 socket assembly. It can be factory labeled with a specified reduced wattage to meet watts per square foot requirements.

Cylinder offers a range of lighting solutions. Cable, pendant and surface mounts deliver illumination for general or task lighting. The wall-mounted unit can be installed indoors or outdoors to highlight a façade and provide depth and visual interest. Cylinder is also a solution for high ceilings without plenums (for recessed housings).

Fixtures are cULus listed for damp locations; the wall mount is cULus wet listed.

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