As a low-profile lighting option, recessed lighting can adapt to meet a variety of lighting needs. Though it is often chosen as a utilitarian option for spaces such as bathrooms, kitchens or offices, its versatility makes it a great design choice. Recessed lighting can effectively boost the design choices in a space by calling attention to key elements in a room. Advances in recessed lighting technology, especially the inclusion of LED technology, make it a highly efficient option for any space. Some of these advances include the expansion of Multiple Recessed Led lighting options. As these fixtures can cover more space, while using energy more efficiently, providing high CRI and color temperature, they can be an optimal way to update your lighting plans. The two options below showcase the versatility and high potential for customization multiple recessed LED lighting promises.
WAC Precision Multiples
The Precision Multiples series by WAC Lighting provides a fair amount of customization to create a unique lighting plan. Available in a range of configurations using 2, 3, and 4 lights, the series makes it easy to choose the right amount of multiple recessed lights for a room. With fully retractable lights, 365° horizontal rotation and 180° vertical aiming, all configurations can be adjusted for best illumination. As an LED option, the fixtures feature dimming capabilities, CRI of 85 or 90, and color temperatures ranging from 2700K, 3000K, 3500K and 4000K. The option for Invisible Trim, which places the fixture flush with the ceiling, makes the Precision Multiples series further versatile. Though its non-IC housing requires 3” of clearance from insulation on all sides, the series can be a great fit for a variety of spaces.
Element’s Multiples series, with its many configuration options, makes multiple recessed LED lights an easy addition for many spaces. The series is available in open and trimmed options, which come in flanged and flangeless. Flangeless (mud-in) configurations are flush with the ceiling, creating a streamlined look. In contrast, flanged configurations sit just below the ceiling. All fixtures in the series are available in IC airtight, non-IC airtight, and Chicago Plenum housings. Similar to WAC’s Precision Multiples series, Element’s Multiples series offers linear configurations with up to 4 lights, and a square 2 by 2 light option. In color temperature and CRI, all of the fixtures take advantage of the effectiveness of LED technology. The fixtures are available in 80 or 90 CRI and color temperatures of 2700K, 3000K, and 3500K. Along with full 35° tilt and 360° rotation, the Element Multiples series showcases the versatility of multiple recessed LED lights.
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