Aculux Precision Recessed Lighting

3-1/4-inch Generation 3 LED Luminaires – More lumens, greater efficiency, and optic control that's Spot on!

Posted in News on January 06, 2016

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When it comes to precision control, optics, aiming, and installation, Aculux luminaires are Spot On in every way. 


The highly acclaimed 3-1/4” LED luminaires take another leap forward with the 3rd generation.  They retain all the popular features of earlier versions, such as Acu-Aim™ precision geared aiming, the Tru-Line™ adjustable platform, and the extensive collection of round and square trims. But the new generation offers major advancements in optical design and LED technology, as well as enhanced control compatibility.


Now available with up to ten different beam spreads between 12° and 60°, Aculux Generation 3 luminaires continue to lead the industry in precision beam control. In another first, these luminaires are the only 3-1/4" recessed aperture capable of producing over 21,000 center beam candle power (CBCP) in a 12° spot.  And, Aculux continues to employ optimized center-beam optics and a patented auto-adjusting optic holder for industry leading efficacy of 80 lpw.


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Next Generation Performance  

Delivering over 2,000 lumens, the new 3-1/4" Generation 3 LED luminaires are the most powerful luminaire in its class. They produce light levels that exceed 39-watt CMH fixtures, but at just 27-watts input... and superior quality light to boot. Additional lumen packages of 800, 1,200, and 1,500 lumens round-out the line.



Now available with nLight® and eldoLED

nLight is a networked digital control system that provides both energy savings and increased user configurability by cost effectively integrating time-based, daylight-based, sensor-based and manual lighting control schemes.  eldoLED driver options deliver deep, flicker-free dimming, with dimming range down to 1% or dim to dark.


New Low Profile Adjustable Luminaire 

The Aculux 3-1/4" Low Profile luminaire is less than 4 inches tall and produces up to 2000 delivered lumens while consuming only 10-27 watts.