Systems & Applications | Luminaires | Dim-to-Warm | Human Centric Lighting | Indoor Applications | Mar 28, 2019

Oculux Dim-to-Warm LED Track Luminaires Debuted by WAC Lighting

The new Oculux Dim-To-Warm architectural LED 120V track luminaires dim from a pure white 3000 K light temperature to an 1800 K incandescent ambient illumination. These superlative light levels are provided with a very high 95 CRI (color rendition index) to optimize tasks while creating a visually comfortable environment.

The 11.5 Watt luminaires feature an integral driver and high output COB LEDs that deploy robust illumination, with 350° horizontal rotation and 90° vertical aiming. Oculux delivers up to 605 lumens with a CBCP (center beam candle power) of 1133.

Oculux Dim-To-Warm includes a 55° beam for flood optics film pre-installed and an interchangeable 30° film supplied for narrow flood or flood optics.

Four architectural finishes are offered:  Black, Brushed Nickel, Dark Bronze and White.

The luminaires are compatible with WAC's H, L, J and J2 120-Volt track systems, as well as a wide range of popular tracks in the industry.

Additional information on the Ocolux Dim-to-Warm can be found at www.waclighting.com/product/3553

About WAC Lighting:

Fueled by a passion for creating, WAC is a second generation family owned and operated lighting company with a reputation for quality spanning over 35 years. With a history of inventing and looking at things from a fresh perspective to make technology leveraged products widely accessible, WAC Lighting believes that a key part of being a Responsible Lighting company is to provide a product offering that is progressive in both design and technology. Groundbreaking innovations in LEDs, materials engineering and creative optical design are paving the way for endless possibilities. With over 100 engineers on staff across four factories in the US and China, WAC puts creative and forward thinking minds behind solving the most challenging lighting needs with lighting technologies. All designs are thoroughly tested in the company's internationally recognized NVLAP, UL and ETL certified testing laboratories for safety, durability and robust long-term performance far beyond required standards.
With over 1 million square feet of fabrication and manufacturing capabilities, WAC offers an industry-leading infrastructure that turns concepts into fast to market products. But above all WAC is a company that cares about employees, products, and reputation and clients. As a family owned business WAC chooses to manufacture products responsibly with zero landfill impact and help to preserve the planet for our children and grandchildren. Its merit-based mission is to build the most respected lighting company and be a shining example of American ingenuity.
WAC Lighting Global Headquarters is located in Port Washington, New York, with Factories in New York, California, and Georgia, as well as China. WAC Lighting can be reached at 1.800.526.2588 or by visiting www.waclighting.com

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