3.5″ LUNA Fire Rated Fixture Provides 2 hour Fire Protection

September 8,, 2023

The LUNA Fire meets UL 1598 / 2108/ 263, CSA C22.2 #250.0 / 250.2, and ULC-S101 safety and building construction requirements granting inherent 2-hour fire-rated protection. It is recommended to be used with fire rated caulking around the trim for a complete fire rated barrier.

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The LUNA Fire 3.5″  fixture delivers up to 1000 lm, low glare regressed optics, and provides 100%-1% dimming capability.

Color temperature selectability allows choice between 2700 K, 3000 K, 3500 K, 4000 K and 5000K. Additionally, the fixture is WET Location rated making it the preferred option for multi-tenant, residential and commercial applications.

Specification

WattageShapeColour TemperatureBeam Angle ValueInput VoltageControlTrim Colour
9.0 WFire RegressedDim to Warm
27k-50k
Narrow (20)120-277 VTRIAC/ 0-10VWhite
12.0 WFire TrumpetMedium (40)347 VB3: Rated -40, 0-10V, 347 V InputBlack
EM: Remote Backup
DX: DMX
DA: Dali 2.0
EC: Encilium

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