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Tivoli Lighting Introduces Inspire Series of Chandeliers

Tivoli Lighting’s new Inspire Series includes Array and Eos chandeliers with its Flexile light engine that illuminates uniformly in multiple lengths to provide the look of traditional 360° neon.

The easily adjustable Flexile light engine creates a unique look and personal style for both the Inspire Array and Eos chandeliers, which are available in multiple LED color temperature options (2300K, 2700K, 3000K, 3500K, and 4000K) and rod finishes (Satin Brass, Vintage Brass, Brushed Brass, Black, White, Natural Aluminum, Polished Aluminum, and Brushed Copper). They provide high luminous efficiency and a 95+ CRI. Dimming is achieved through TRIAC, ELV, MLV, 0-10V, and DMX.

Ideal for architectural, entertainment, commercial, and food-grade environments, Inspire Array and Eos have a UV-stabilized silicone housing that resists saline solutions, acids, alkali, corrosive gases, yellowing, and cracking. The new chandeliers operate on low-voltage 24-volt DC power.

Inspire Array has a 32.5-inch light engine (two pieces at 16.25 inches) with 96- and 120-inch rods.  Typical ceiling heights for the fixture are between 27 and 48 inches, depending on the finished design. The standard factory length for the hang-straight rod is 24 inches, but is field-cuttable.

Inspire Eos has a 16.25-inch light engine with 48- and 72-inch rods. The typical height for the fixture is between 27 and 30 inches depending on the finished design. Field adjustment will determine overall height and design once installed.

Inspire Array and Eos consume only 73.1 watts to 146.25 watts per unit.  IP54-rated to prevent contamination from dust and particles, the chandeliers are CE and RoHS listed and will perform in temperatures from -68°F to 131°F with a 70,000-hour performance life. A five-year limited warranty comes standard.

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