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No. 8 Lighting Launches Super-shallow Recessed Downlight

No. 8 Lighting has unveiled its slimmest recessed downlight. With an ultra-sleek profile and overall height of only 2.1”, the 805 Super Shallow 2 seamlessly integrates into any architectural environment, offering discreet yet powerful illumination. Engineered with precision and designed for versatility, the downlight sets a new standard for performance, aesthetics, and functionality in architectural lighting.

UL Wet Listed and IP54 Rated for use in dry, damp and wet environments, the 805 Super Shallow 2 is suitable for use in a wide range of applications, including residential, commercial, and hospitality spaces. Users can choose from six LED options, including HI or HI-2 2700K or 3000K 94+ CRI Static White, WD 3000-1800K or WD-2 2800-2200K 97 CRI Warm Dim, to achieve the perfect ambiance and color rendering for any space.

A wide range of beam spread and lens options are also available. Select from four beam spread options (10°, 15°, 25°, and 40°), as well as five beam enhancing and three color filtering lens options to customize the light distribution and aesthetics of the environment. The downlight offers multiple integral dimming driver options, providing precise control over brightness levels and creating dynamic lighting effects.

The downlight accepts J5 0-35° adjustable, K5 fixed position, or W5 wall wash lamp modules, providing flexibility to meet diverse lighting requirements.

Key features of the 805 Super Shallow 2 recessed downlight include:

  • IC / Airtight / Chicago Plenum Rated
  • Customizable options
  • Compliance with 2022 CA JA8 Standards

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