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Nora Lighting Releases Three New Catalogs: M2 2" Recessed, Cobalt Series, LED Panels



COMMERCE, CA   Nora Lighting’s latest LED luminaires are spotlighted in three new product catalogs that feature the M2 2” Recessed Downlight; expanded Cobalt Downlight Series; and Backlit and Edge-Lit Panels.  The new Nora catalogs are available online at

Illustrated with colorful, on-site photography and detailed product images, the catalogs highlight the installation and design options available with each product line.  Complete product specifications include model types, sizes, lumens, color temperatures, finishes, accessories and more.

Nora’s M2 2” Mini LEDs can be installed in new construction or remodel applications and require no housing, simplifying installation. The IC Air-Tight-rated fixtures are available in round or square apertures in a variety of styles and trims in matte powder white or black finish. M2 luminaires deliver up to 850 lumens in 2700K or 3000K at 90+ CRI.

Cobalt LED Series includes the Cobalt Click with white dimming and Comfort Dim options; Cobalt High Lumen with up to 2000 lumens; Cobalt Adjustable; and Cobalt Shallow for narrow plenums. Aperture sizes include 4”, 5” and 6” in various reflector styles, with up to 2000 lumens.

Nora’s LED Panel luminaires include Back-Lit and Edge-Lit for retrofits, new construction or remodels. The panels can be mounted in pendant, surface or recessed hard ceiling applications, and are available in three sizes:
1’ x 4’; 2’ x 2’; and 2’ x 4’. Nora Panels offer visual uniformity with glare-free, opalescent optics.

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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