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6" LED Downlight, Dimmable

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The Simply Conserve® field-adjustable commercial downlight includes two switches on the unit which allow for adjustment of the input power, lumen output, and color temperature of 3000K/3500K/4000K. This downlight allows for easy installation in new construction, remodel and retrofit projects. Its 90+ CRI and frosted lens allow for true color rendering for vivid colors throughout, and glare-free lighting makes it ideal for commercial use in retail spaces, hospitals, offices, and airports.

ENERGY STAR® certified. JA certified. IC rated

This Downlight:

  • Features 0-10V dimming
  • Includes selectable CCT and 3 wattages
  • Is rated for wet locations

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How’s color temperature measured?

Color temperature is expressed in kelvin (using the abbreviation “K”), a unit of measure for absolute temperature. When the color temperature is over 5000 K, it’s referred to as "cool-colored" (bluish-white). Lower color temperatures (2700–3000 K) are called "warm-colored" (yellowish-white through red).

These bulbs are available in 2700K.

infographic of the color temperature kelvin scale ranging from warm Candle light 1000K to cool blue overcast light 7000K. This bulb is warm white 2700K.

 

What’s a lumen?

A light’s brightness is measured in lumens (abbreviated as “lm”). If a light bulb is super bright, it produces a lot of lumens. Because LED lighting delivers more lumens per watt of electricity, LEDs are a more efficient light source than incandescent bulbs.

The fixtures delivers 700/1000/1500 lumens.

infographic showing Bright Bulb Brightness is 350-600 Lumens, Brighter Bulb Brightness is 600-1100 Lumens, Brightest Bulb Brightness is 1100-2000 Lumens,

 

Lifetime hours

This fixture is about 60 percent more efficient than a standard 10,000 hour fluorescent bulb. One LED bulb typically lasts about 22.5 times more than an incandescent bulb and about 2.5 times more than a fluorescent bulb.  

Infographic showing that One LED bulb lasts 22.5 times more than an incandescent bulb and 2.5 times more than a fluorescent bulb. 


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