Nora Lighting® Bravo Frost Led Linear Features Field-Selectable Cct Switch

Nora Lighting Bravo Frost LED

January 10, 2022

Nora Lighting’s 120V Bravo FROST LED Linear fixture now features Selectable CCT, allowing the end-user to change the color temperature from a warm 3000K to a cooler 3500K or 4000K, depending on the venue. With tunable technology, end-users can modify the “lighting landscape,” offering more variety and control in a residential or commercial setting.

Nora’s low profile Bravo Frost fixture is less than 1” in depth and is designed for use under cabinets, within shelves and displays, or in architectural coves. Delivering 850 lumens per foot in various lengths from 12” to 32”, Bravo FROST has a sleek white finish and a frosted lens that eliminates the LED diode image. Symmetrical internal reflectors produce a broad even light on all surfaces.

An encapsulated 120V dimmable LED driver in each unit allows extended runs and simplified installation within a 3-wire system and linkable up to 38’. Adjustable mounting brackets and end-to-end connectors are included.

Bravo FROST luminaires are cULus listed for dry locations and meet stringent energy requirements of Title 24 and ENERGY STAR(R).

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.
Learn more: www.noralighting.com

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