Systems & Applications | Luminaires | Troffer | Indoor Applications | Jul 15, 2019

FFL Products Now Available with Surface Mount Kit

The Surface Mount Kit (SMK) is quickly and easily assembled in the field. The box has a steel frame with an aesthetically pleasing matte white finish. The SMK allows customers to have the same function and appearance of the rest of the FormFocus product line in a surface-mounted package.

All of the options available in the standard FormFocus lay-ins, such as the Philips EasySense occupancy/daylight sensor, are available with the surface mount kits.

The SMK is available for the FFL 2x4, 2x2 and 1x4 options. On the FFL2R (dual-row lay-in), as well as the FFL2R HO ("High Output" version), the kit is available for the 2x2 and the 2x4.

LumenFocus now also offers a Frame-In kit for FormFocus products. This kit can be used to convert a concealed or drywall ceiling to be able to utilize the luminaire.

The FFL is available in a wide variety of lumen outputs for maximum versatility. The low profile and lightweight housing allow for easy installation. Specific models are DLC or DLC Premium listed. A matching retrofit kit, the FFR, is available to match the style and performance of the FFL. This kit can be installed within 3-5 minutes, depending on the model.

The FFL2R features the same function and versatility of the FFL but with a unique and modern dual-row design.

The FormFocus product line from LumenFocus combines the best in style and LED efficiency. Each luminaire and retrofit is engineered for the simplest installation possible to save customers time and money in the field.

Every FormFocus luminaire and retrofit kit is made in the USA – at LumenFocus' Henderson, NC factory. BAA compliant options are available. Every FormFocus product is upgradeable and re-boardable through LumenFocus' concept of Re-boardABILITY.

Read more about Re-boardABILITY here: http://www.lumenfocus.com/re-boardability

About LumenFocus:

LumenFocus is a manufacturer of highly efficient LED luminaires. The company's manufacturing plant is a 100,000 square foot facility located in Henderson, NC. LumenFocus offers a wide array of luminaire types, each with a variety of lumen packages and options – which allows the offering of comprehensive energy avoidance lighting packages for all types of projects. LumenFocus also offers engineered-to-order solutions tailored to customers' exact lighting needs.
In addition to manufacturing, LumenFocus offers a variety of services like photometric analysis, energy and cost avoidance proposals and lighting audits. Learn more at www.lumenfocus.com

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