2" Iolite reflectors can be specified for use in new construction or remodel applications. The die-cast aluminum reflectors are available in square and round designs, with sharp and clean edges. Reflectors ships with a 60Ã‹Å¡ optic installed, 25Ã‹Å¡ and 38Ã‹Å¡ optics are included and can be easily changed in the field. The reflectors produce 800lm or 1000lm output at 90+ CRI, utilizing 14W.
Reflectors are constructed of heat dissipating, die-cast aluminum. The aluminum die-cast LED heat sink is threaded to fit the trim and transfer heat. Mounting: Trim includes Friction Blades to mount trim securely to housing. Field Changeable Optics: Each reflector comes with a 60Ã‚Âº (installed), 38Ã‚Âº and 25Ã‚Âº optics (included). Premium TIR optics are also available in 15Ã‚Âº or 25Ã‚Âº Electrical Lumens / Wattage: 800lm / 14W (New Construction or Remodel Housing) 1000lm / 14W (New Construction Housing only) Color Temperature: 2700K, 3000K, 3500K, 4000K, 5000K CRI: 90+ Operating Temp.: 0Ã‹Å¡C to 40Ã‹Å¡C ambient temperature Comfort Dim: Comfort Dim color tunes the temperature from a bright 3100K, to a romantic and comfortable 2000K on a gradual, even curve. Available in 800lm only. Dimming: Specified by housing Compatible Housings Reflectors are compatible with respective Iolite housings manufactured by Nora Lighting. Accessories: Reflectors will accommodate (1) hex louver and (1) translucent deco collar or opaque snoot, no accessory holder is required, see page 2. Flush mount mud ring is available to give the appearance of a trimless reflector, compatible with new construction housing only
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After stepping into the lighting game just a little over 20 years ago, Nora lighting has sprinted its way to the top of light fixture suppliers. With a team of the most hip design experts and engineering technologies Nora lights can add a modern, yet dependable edge to your home, job, or college dorm. Nora track lighting and recessed lighting are amongst the best available. So why not play it stylish and smart and go with Nora lighting?