The next time you consider changing out an old ceiling fixture in a bedroom, hallway, closet or office, it’s worth taking a look at a new, competitively priced LED option on the market.
These sleek, contemporary styled LED fixtures give you high quality light and dramatically reduced energy consumption compared to traditional ceiling mount fixtures. In addition, the non-replaceable LED module has a 50,000 hour rated life which, at 4 hours of ON time a day, means the fixture will be working for well over 30 years with virtually no maintenance.
Replace 100 or 150 Watt Fixtures with 15 or 25 Watt LED
The fixtures are available in 15 watt, 11 inch diameter and 25 watt, 14 inch diameter options. You can choose either 3000K (halogen-like white light) or 4000K (cool white light) for the color temperature that fits your application.
The 15 watt fixtures have brightness equal to traditional incandescent / halogen 100 watt fixtures. The 25 watt versions offer the same illumination as 150 watt traditional fixtures. This level of energy efficiency along with other quality standards such as rated LED life, qualify these fixtures with an Energy Star rating.
Simple Design Means Easy Installation
The simple, low profile design installs over an existing electrical J-box and fits tight to the ceiling surface. The LED fixture uses the existing 120 volt service and is wired exactly like a traditional fixture. The entire installation process is the same as with any flush mount fixture.
The frosted acrylic lens diffuses the light to give the space a soft, glare free illumination. When paired with compatible dimmers, light levels can be also be modulated as desired by the occupant.
In addition to bedrooms and hallways, these fixtures make a good choice for closets and utility areas as well as general office or hallway lighting in light commercial applications.
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