New SKYE Downlight from Liteline

EIN SKYE LL 400

July 28, 2022

SKYE is a high-performance, easy to install downlight solution that offers good light output, energy-efficiency and streamlined design with interchangeable color trims and CCT selecting switch. Suitable for wet locations.

Durable airtight aluminum body with UV stable paint and white PMMA diffuser lens for low glare. Includes silicone gasket for wet location applications. Includes White interchangeable magnetic trim.

 

LED Characteristics

This general application light fixture features a 12 watt (for 4″) or 16 watt (for 6″) LED module that maintains uniform intensity producing up to 1535 lumens; with a typical CRI of 90. Available with front facing 5 step CCT switch (2700 K, 3000 K, 3500 K, 4000 K and 5000 K).

 

Dimming

100%-10% dimming capability. This fixture is compatible with industry standard TRIAC/ELV dimmers. For compatible dimmers, visit www.liteline.com/SlimLED.

 

Beam Spread

The fixture lens provides 75° (for 4″) or 80° (for 6″) beam spread.

 

Mounting

Includes two spring loaded clips to attached to any ceiling material. The slim profile allows to be mounted under joists or duct work.

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