Spotlights highlight commercial environments
Cooper Lighting has introduced a range of recessed adjustable spotlights that offer lighting designers a versatile solution for highlighting in retail, commercial and hospitality environments.
Available in single, twin, triple and quad configurations, the RXA spotlights use the latest multi-die LED technology to reduce energy consumption and maintenance costs while providing high-quality illumination with no UV or IR output.
The spotlights can be specified with beam angles of 16, 24 or 40deg and colour temperatures of 5,000K cool white, 4,000K natural white or 3,000K warm white.
Featuring a one-piece die-cast aluminium bezel frame with a white or silver finish, the RXA spotlights have been designed for ease of installation and adjustment.
Once the frame has been clipped into the ceiling cutout, the lighting unit is simply connected via plug and socket to the remote gearbox in the ceiling void and inserted in the frame from underneath, with spring clips holding it in place.
The individual tilt-and-pivot lighting heads can be freely adjusted to suit the particular application and are locked in position by a single allen-key screw.
With its black steel body, the RXA prevents the ceiling void from being visible through the luminaire while eliminating any light spillage.
The LED spotlights offer a fixed output of 812 luminaire lumens per head as standard and can be supplied with optional 1-10V or DALI gear if dimming capability is required.
The RXA range also includes models for use with 20 or 35W CDM-R metal halide lamps.
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