Versatile downlight: Cobalt Click by Nora Lighting

Part of the Cobalt Series, the LED downlight has interchangeable, snap-on trims.

Nora Lighting launched Cobalt Click, LED downlight with interchangeable, snap-on trims, as part of its Cobalt Series. The trims are offered in various designs and click into place on the CREE LED engine for an application-specific finish. More than 50 trim variations can be snapped onto the basic LED Cobalt Click. Designers can specify units in a range of finish and trim styles, including reflector, baffle, wall wash, square round, square pinhole and square regress.

Cobalt Click features 750 lumens and 4-inch, 5-inch and 6-inch apertures. It is typically installed in 8-foot to 9-foot ceilings and can be specified for new construction, retrofits and remodels. Apertures have a deep set diffused lens for enhanced visual comfort and less glare. Cobalt Click offers 95 CRI for more natural color rendition and 2700K, 3000K and 4000K options. It has a dimmable driver and is UL classified and cULus wet label listed.

Universal connectors attach the LED Retrofit to existing or new housings, including dedicated Nora housings. Optional GU24 adapters are available. UTM aluminum plate dissipates heat from the LED platform and driver for cooler operation.

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Along with LED fixtures, Nora manufactures incandescent, fluorescent and HID sources in track and rail systems, recessed lighting, multiple lighting systems, under cabinet and a series of accent lights, including pendants and sconces. 

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