WAC Lighting's Galileo LEDme Track Luminaires

 

Galileo // (c) 2011 WAC Lighting

WAC Lighting, global manufacturer and designer of track, recessed, undercabinet, monorail and decorative lighting, introduces Galileo LEDme Track Luminaires. This modern lighting, which utilizes state-of-the-art, multi-chip LED technology, was designed for a broad range of upscale residential and commercial spaces.

Galileo, a 12-watt luminaire that exceeds Energy Star requirements at up to 586 lumens, maintains a clean form without interruption to the visual line regardless of its aiming direction. It offers an exclusive track design with a 360-degree rotation, without altering its profile.

It is dimmable with an Electronic Low Voltage (ELV) dimmer and can be ordered as Spot or Flood luminaires for use with WAC 120v track lighting systems. The luminaires are offered in 3000K warm white and 4000K cool white color temperatures and operate with replaceable multi-chip LED modules that offer a 50,000-hour potential life.

Galileo is available in black, brushed nickel and white contemporary finishes. It is 7 inches tall and 3 9/16 inches wide and is designed with a white interior to improve light reflection.

Visit www.waclighting.com/usa.

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