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Nora Lighting Introduces Backlit LED Panels With Adjustable Color Temperatures

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       Nora Lighting announces the introduction of a new series of LED Backlit Panels (NPDBL) with field selectable color temperatures. The panels are available with dedicated 5000K CCT or selectable 3000K, 3500K or 4000K color temperatures, adjustable with a built-in switch. The LED panels are designed for commercial applications, including retall showrooms, conference centers, offices, healthcare facilities, schools, gyms, hospitality venues and more.   

      Neutral temperatures from 3000K to 3500K cover the middle range of the Kelvin scale and are a popular choice for retail stores or task areas in office environments. A warmer light (or lower Kelvin temperature) is often used in dining rooms or restaurants, while a cooler light (higher Kelvin temperature) is used to promote concentration in educational settings and offices.                                                                                

     Three sizes are offered:  2’ x 2’ and 1’ x 4’ panels with 3500lm (30W); and a 2’ x 4’ panel with 5600lm (45W). LED arrays are mounted between the fixture’s aluminum framework and a diffused PMMA lens. The PMMA lens optimizes light output and produces consistent, even illumination while eliminating LED diode images.

     All panels have a white trim and feature three mounting options: pendant or surface mounted or recessed in a hard ceiling (with optional accessories). The panels include a dimmable 0-10V driver and are DLC Listed.

     Nora Lighting has served the lighting industry for more than 30 years and is a recognized leader in the development and introduction of LED products. Nora offers one of the industry’s most comprehensive lines of LED luminaires, including: commercial, architectural and residential downlights; track and rail lighting; panels and troffers; MLS (multi-lighting systems); linear and under cabinet lighting; RLM, pendants and cylinders; tape lights; step lights; and emergency / exit signs.

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