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Verozza Fusion Downlight: Modern Design

October 6, 2023

Fusion Downlight Series

The FUSION Downlight Series includes ultra-miniature recessed luminaires whose design fits perfectly with modern, contemporary and refined architecture. FUSION makes it possible to create a round beam from a line of LED downlights with high efficiency up to 2289 lumens for 22 watts with 104 lumens/watt.

A complete product family for multiple applications. Six versions are available: Fixed, Adjustable, Ambient Lighting, Wall Washer, Spotlight and a Combo Down-Spot with Trim and Trimless.





Ambient/ Wallwashers

FUSION’s design avoids glare even with a highly efficient specular reflector, is very shallow (2.5″), fits in restricted plenums, and is damp location rated.


  • Six Version Choices: Fixed, Adjustable, Ambient, Wall Washer, Spotlight and Combo
  • Ability to Create a Round Beam with a Linear LED Downlight (Fixed)
  • Reflector: Black or Specular
  • Trim Options: White or Black, Flanged or Flangeless
  • High CRI
  • ETL Listed
  • Damp Location Rated
  • New or Remodel Installation
  • Warranty: Five Years


  • LED Wattage: 2 to 22W
  • Output: 200 to 2289 Delivered Lumens
  • CCTs: 2700K, 3000K, 3500K, 4000K
  • CRI: 80+ or 90+
  • Voltage / Dimming Voltage: 120V Phase Dimming or Universal 120/277V 0-10V
  • Beam Spread: 20º/40º General/Wall Washer
  • Adjustable Version: -20º to +20º
  • L70: 50,000 Hours
  • Options: EM Driver and Remote Driver for Multiple Fixtures

More information here

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