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Nora Lighting Expands Can-Less Downlights with Introduction of 4” M4 Series

The series features round or square trim apertures and allows site customization with optional trim accessories

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(PRESS RELEASE) Nora Lighting’s new 4” M4 LED Recessed Downlights install without a housing in new construction or remodel applications. Each luminaire includes a pre-wired junction box, making installation simple. Open the ceiling, wire the junction box and insert the IC Air-Tight-rated fixture into the ceiling cavity.

Featuring round or square trim apertures, the highly-versatile M4 allows site customization with optional trim accessories, including: reflector, baffle, adjustable gimbal or elbow. Matte black or matte powder white finishes are available on all models. M4 luminaires deliver up to 1100lm in 2700K or 3000K at 90+CRI. Quick disconnect cables can be used to extend lengths from the LED driver, and new construction frame-ins can be specified.

Each junction box includes a dimmable Triac or ELV driver; cETLus listed for wet or damp locations; ENERGY STAR® certified; and is also certified to the high efficacy requirements of CA Title 24 JA8-2019.

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Nora Lighting Expands Can-Less Downlights with Introduction of 4” M4 Series

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