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Nora Lighting Debuts Wall Cylinders With Selectable CCT

Nora Lighting has launched 3-inch LED cylinders that offer exceptional performance, versatility, and energy efficiency.

The cylinders have a Minimalist design with a deep cone reflector for optimal visual comfort. The cylinder can be changed to a single direction or up & downlight, and it includes a selectable CCT switch located on the cover plate that allows users to choose between three color temperatures: 3000K, 4000K, and 5000K.

The high-performance LED cylinder delivers 1,500 lumens per direction with a narrow 31° beam spread. These ADA-compliant cylinders can be mounted at any height desired and their IP65 rating allows them to be installed in wet locations.

“We are excited to launch our new 3-inch wall mount cylinders,” said Fred Farzan, President of Nora Lighting. “This is a versatile and stylish lighting solution that can be used in a variety of settings.”

The cylinders easily mount over a junction box, accept universal input (120-277V), and are dimmable with 0-10V protocol. Three finishes are available: Black, Bronze, and Matte Powder White.

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