Lighting styles: LaMar Lighting Company’s Atria series of architectural luminaires

LaMar Lighting Company introduced the Atria series of pendant lighting fixtures to the architectural market. The Atria luminaires expand the company’s line with a style that provides direct/indirect lighting with maximum uplight and controlled downlight for balanced illumination. The series comes in suspended mount as individual units or in continuous rows.

The Atria series is available in a two-lamp configuration designed for either T5 or T8 lamps, or in LED using modular LED light engines. Through its LED Express capability, LaMar offers the latest LED technology in its UL-compliant fluorescent-style luminaires, which eliminate the need for rewiring the fixture in retrofits and simplify future maintenance and replacement.

Customers can specify the Atria units in 4-foot and 8-foot lengths and in several baffle trim options or a flush frosted acrylic lens. The luminaire has a die-formed steel body and laser cut metal end caps, and the product’s exterior parts are finished with white powder coat for durability and a clean appearance.

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The Atria LED units include lamps rated for at least 50,000 hours, and LaMar Lighting can provide optional high-quality fluorescent lamps rated up to 80,000 hours. Additionally, all Atria luminaires can be supplied with an optional 90-minute emergency battery pack.

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