Retrofit Trim Kit Downlights with Screw Base from Sylvania for Easy Installation

April 6, 2023

The SYLVANIA RT Screw-base Family is the perfect solution to replace incandescent technology. Take advantage of an energy-saving option for any residential or commercial application. You’ll enjoy improved lighting performance, energy savings, increased rated life, color temperature selection, sleek modern design—and more. Select the ideal downlight retrofit to meet your specific needs.​​​​

Retrofit Trim Kit Downlights with Screw Base from Sylvania

Value Class Screw-Base Downlight

The new Value Class Screw-Base Downlights are the most economical and reliable solution for residential applications. Ideal for both retrofit and new construction, they can be easily installed in a housing can, are available in 4″ and 5/6″, and come in smooth and baffle reflectors. We have upgraded the lifetime to 25,000h and they are also ENERGY STAR listed and CEC complaint!

LED Light Disk

The LEDVANCE LED Light Disk is a downlight kit producing high performance light, optimized for new construction and retrofit applications. Multiple installation options are available for both recessed and surface mount applications.

Performance Class CCT Selectable Screw-Base Downlight

The new Performance Class CCT Selectable Screw-Base Downlights has extended the RT family by offering high efficiency LED light with smooth or baffle reflectors in both 4″ and 5/6″ versions. The downlights have 50,000h lifetime, 5-year warranty, are ENERGY STAR listed and CEC complaint.

Retrofit Trim Kit Downlights with Screw Base from Sylvania

Performance Class Dual Selectable Screw-Base Downlight

Dual Selectability has arrived in the RT Screw Base family! Only 4 SKUs deliver all the features needed for any type of application: 2 sizes, 5 light colors, 6 lumen outputs, 2 reflector types (baffle and smooth).

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