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Juno Introduces Canless 2-inch Wafer Downlights for Easy Retrofit, Remodel, and New Construction Application

April 10, 2024

Canless design installs directly from below the ceiling for easy retrofit, remodel, or new construction application with no housing required.

Juno introduces 2-inch Canless Wafer Downlights featuring an innovative, slim design that installs quickly and easily into ceiling spaces. With no housing required, these miniature wafer downlights install in spaces where most traditional recessed housings do not.

The all-in-one design of the canless wafer downlight features 5 switchable white color temperature options and 3 adjustable lumen output settings, delivering up to 900 lumens, making them perfect for accent, task, or general downlighting applications. This innovative technology gives distributors, contractors, and homeowners the ultimate in flexibility by providing the equivalent of 15 static fixtures in one.

Additional features include:

  • Available in three styles: Flat, Deep Regressed Smooth and Deep Regressed Baffle.
  • Plus, trim inserts available in matte black, brushed nickel, and oil-rubbed bronze to match any desired aesthetic.
  • Driver box designed with a large wiring compartment to make electrical connections easier.
  • Switch located on the fixture allows for choosing among five color temperature settings (2700K Warm White, 3000K, 3500K, 4000K, and 5000K Daylight), 90CRI.
  • Switch located on fixture allows for choosing among three lumen outputs (Low, Medium, High) for ultimate application flexibility.
  • IC Rated means fixture and driver box can be installed in direct contact with insulation.

The 2-inch wafer rounds out a family of canless wafer downlights including 4” and 6” versions also from Juno. For more information, please visit here.

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