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Nora Lighting Sapphire I and II Series Delivers Up to 8000 Lumens for High-Ceiling Market Installations

All models utilize the latest Cree COB technology

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(PRESS RELEASE) Nora Lighting’s architectural- and commercial-grade Sapphire I and II Series LED Downlights are designed to illuminate large supermarket display areas, and offer one of the industry’s highest efficacy ratings with lumen packages from 850lm to 8000lm.

Featuring 4”, 6” and 8” apertures, the fixtures are suitable for new construction, remodel and retrofit applications and offer color temperatures from 2700K to 4000K at 90+ CRI.

All models utilize the latest Cree COB technology, allowing for better optic control. Three beam spreads focus the light down to the work plane from high ceilings. All Sapphire Series models have 120V and 277V input, Triac, ELV or 0-10V dimming.

The Sapphire I Series has a choice of styles: open reflector, decorative glass, or wall wash. The High Lumen Adjustable Sapphire II can be rotated 359° and has an angle-cut reflector that can be tilted up to 35°. It is adjustable from below the ceiling; and reflectors are offered in black, haze or white.

Nora Lighting is a recognized leader in the development and introduction of LED lighting products, and offers one of the industry’s most comprehensive LED lines including: dedicated and retrofit downlights; track and rail fixtures; panels; troffers; MLS (multi-lighting systems) multiple recessed; linear lighting; accent lighting; under cabinet lighting; RLM shades; puck lights; tape lights; pendants; cylinders; step lights; and emergency / exit signs.

www.noralighting.com

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Nora Lighting Sapphire I and II Series Delivers Up to 8000 Lumens for High-Ceiling Market Installations

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