Compact Fluorescent High Bay
Sportlite's TDX architectural grade compact fluorescent high bay is the first fixture in the industry with eight 70-watt lamps. It generates 41,600 lumens and can operate in 40 degrees-Celsius environments. It is recommended for a variety of commercial applications, including school and college gymnasiums, churches, convention centers, as well as retail and airport applications when used in its recessed modes. The TDX has a lamp life of 20,000 hours and can be used with 120v lamps from 26 watt to 85 watt, and is available with two, three or four level switching. The TDX offers complete ballast chamber access while hanging for easy maintenance.
Recessed LED Lighting
Cooper's Halo® LED module installs into a new construction housing or into existing Halo and All-Pro housings. Providing excellent color quality with a rendering of 80 CRI and a warm white color temperature (3045K nominal), the fixture delivers over 600 lumens at low glare. It exceeds high efficacy requirements for California's Title 24, with energy savings in excess of 75% when compared with a 65 watt incandescent lamp. Virtually maintenance-free, the Halo LED fixture is constructed to provide 50,000 hours of life.
GU24 Based CFL Bathroom Light
Sea Gull Lighting's two-lamp bathroom fixture features an attractive brushed nickel finish and opal glass shades. This Energy Star and Title 24 compliant product uses two 900 lumen GU24 self ballasted compact fluorescent bulbs. It's recommended for both residential and commercial applications.
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