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Nora Lighting Trimless MLS Series

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Nora Lighting’s trimless MLS / Multiple Lighting Systems dramatize retail displays while presenting a smooth flange-less appearance that blends into the ceiling. The fixtures are available in dedicated LED or PAR 30 medium base light sources and are offered in one, two or three-light linear configurations. Each lighting module can be independently adjusted to 40° (with 350° rotation) on two axes for wall, shelf or rack displays.

            LED dedicated models are dimmable and can be specified with 15° or 40° beam spreads. They offer 90+ CRI for realistic color rendition and 1900 lumens at 28W per module. Color temperatures range from 2700K to 4000K CCT option.

            The PAR 30 medium base line voltage model (75W max) has an adjustable socket for various lamp lengths and can be factory labeled with reduced wattage to meet watts-per-square foot requirements.

            The units are completely serviceable from below and can be installed in new construction or remodel hard ceiling applications. An included mud-in ring allows the finisher to frame the housing with clean contemporary edges.

            Nora Lighting is an industry leader in the development and introduction of LED technology. The company features one of the industry’s most extensive selections of LED products including: LED dedicated and retrofit downlights; LED track and rail fixtures; LED edge-lit panels; LED MLS (multi-lighting systems); LED linear and under cabinet lightbars; LED puck lights; LED high-output, Hy-Brite, side-lit, CCT (color correlated) RGB, RGBW and standard tape lights; LED pendants; LED step lights; and LED emergency / exit signs.

            Along with LED fixtures, Nora manufactures incandescent, fluorescent and HID sources in track and rail systems, recessed lighting, multiple lighting systems, under cabinet and an expanding series of accent lights, including pendants and sconces.

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