Aculux 4-Inch LED Precision Luminaires

Recessed adjustable downlights deliver up to 3,200 lumens

Posted in News on July 26, 2016

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Aculux 4-inch LED luminaires deliver up to 3,200 brilliant lumens, while 50° visual cutoff reduces glare.



Aculux precision adjustable luminaires are now available in new 4-inch aperture designs offering higher-output LED lumen packages than previously available. With output ranging from 1,200 to an industry leading 3,200 delivered lumens, this exceptional line of luminaires is perfectly suited to upscale residential, commercial, and retail interiors that feature high-ceilings. State-of-the-art LED technology provides superb, color-consistency with energy-saving efficacies of up to 102lm/W.

 

 

High performance illumination

 

In addition to powerful lumen output, these luminaires produce illumination of unsurpassed quality and performance. The LEDs are binned within a 3-Step MacAdam Ellipse for exceptional fixture-to-fixture color consistency, while color temperatures of 2700K, 3000K, 3500K, and 4000K offer excellent color rendering with 80 CRI minimum. CCTs of 2700K and 3000K are also available with high CRI of 90 minimum. Round and square apertures provide exceptional beam control and feature four field-interchangeable optics of 12° spot, 24° narrow flood, 35° flood, or 50° wide flood. By adding optional diffusing lenses to the spot primary optic, additional distributions of  20°, 30°, 40°, 45°, and 60° can be attained. Six driver options accommodate a variety of dimming systems and voltages from 120-277VAC.

 




 

It's all about precision...Acu-Aim™ and Tru-Line™

 

 

Aculux 4-inch LED luminaires offer the full range of precision adjustments that the Aculux brand is known for. Acu-Aim precision gearing provides hot-aiming of up to 370-degrees rotation and 45-degrees tilt, while optimized center-beam optics ensure maximum light transmission with minimal brightness throughout the adjustment range. And the patented Tru-Line platform provides +/- 1/2-inch aperture translation and + 45-degree aperture rotation to facilitate fixture-to-fixture alignment, providing the specifier with the confidence of knowing the intent of their lighting design will be realized.