Wafer LED Recessed Downlight Featuring Non-Conductive Trim Design by Lithonia Lighting

March 11, 2020

The new, most economical and affordable ultra-thin Wafer 4” and 6” LED downlights provide high-quality light output and efficiency, while eliminating the need for recessed housings. To meet the demands of codes requiring a non-conductive lens assembly, the ultra-thin, 4” and 6” Wafer rounds are now available in a non-conductive dead-front trim design.

The innovative, slim design is an excellent solution that allows for easy remodel or new construction installation from below the ceiling when joists or duct work are in the way. Perfect for living and dining areas, bedrooms, closets, hallways, bathrooms, kitchens, basements, soffits, entryways and porches. The Wafer LED downlight is wet location listed, making it ideal for use in a breadth of outdoor residential, hospitality, commercial and multifamily applications.

Visit www.contractorselect.com to find Wafers that are available in the Contractor Select portfolio of products.

Key Features:

 Easy to install, saving labor and extra housing costs

 IC rated – safe to install in direct contact with insulation

 Edge-lit LED technology provides even illumination

 Available in 3000K and 4000K color temperatures

 90CRI; 120V remote driver; suitable for pulling wires with the 12 cubic-inch wiring compartment

 Dimmable to less than 10% with compatible leading edge (TRIAC) and trailing edge (ELV) dimmers

 Non-conductive dead-front trim design suitable for a wide range of applications and codes requiring a non-conductive lens assembly

 Average Rated Life:  L70 at 50,000 hours

 

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