Bright light: Nora Lighting’s Diamond II 90+ LED retrofit downlights

Introducing the new Diamond II 90+ Series LED retrofit downlights from Nora Lighting. Designed for both commercial and residential installations, Nora’s high-CRI, high-lumen fixtures (NLEDC and NLEDR Series) have medium base sockets that can be installed with no tools required. Diamond II 90+ downlights are used in all retrofits and renovations, as well as new construction. Units are cULus listed for damp or wet locations and UL classified for use in IC or non-IC housings by Nora and others.

The higher 90+ CRI (color rendition index) allows the LED fixtures to reveal colors similar to a natural light source. The Diamond II 90+ Series is offered with smaller 4-inch square and round apertures (610 lumen); along with 5-inch (650 and 1000 lumen); and 6-inch round apertures (650 and 1000 lumen). Diamond II 90+ is also available as a 6-inch adjustable model (610 lumen), which can be modified from 0 degrees to 40 degrees.

The entire series has a smaller diffused lens that is deep set for greater visual comfort and has the latest CREE integrated driver and LEDs with 90+ CRI Cree True White Technology. Color temperatures are offered in 2700K, 3000K and 4000K. The units are also dimmable down to 10 percent with a standard incandescent dimmer, or to 5 percent with electronic low voltage dimmers. A complete range of reflector, baffle and flange finishes can be specified, including specular black, bronze, copper, diffused specular clear, haze, natural metal or white. Decorative glass options are also offered in blue, clear or frosted.

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