Antimicrobial Slim Linear LED Suspension Light

by Alcon Lighting Model 12513-P
Oversized Product Assembled in USA ARRA DLC cULus CETL listed Damp-Location Rated
$299.95

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Ships in: 1-2 weeks
Our antimicrobial linear pendant light, crafted from die-formed and welded 22-gauge cold rolled steel, features a glare-free snap-in frosted acrylic lens for optimal light distribution. A white antimicrobial finish prevents bacterial growth, making this light ideal for hospitals, medical facilities and behavioral health centers. Enjoy precise control with 0-10V or customizable bi-level or tri-level step dimming options at static color temperatures or advanced tunable white controls. The LED light provides high-CRI lighting with 80+ CRI standard or 90+ CRI to enhance visual clarity. Optional emergency battery backup ensures uninterrupted operation during power outages..
Manufacturer
Alcon Lighting
Model
12513-P
Lead Time
Ships in: 1-2 weeks
Return Policy
Assembled to Order. Non-Refundable.
Qualifications
Assembled in USA ARRA, DLC, cULus, CETL listed
Voltage
120-277V
Finish
White
Light Color
2700K @ 90+ CRI and 3000K, 3500K, 4000K and 5000K @ 80+ CRI are standard. 2000K-6500K tunable white and RGBW are available for an additional charge.
CRI
80+, 90+
Features
0-10V 5-Wire dimming is standard. Other options available for an additional charge., 4' Adjustable Aircraft Cable is standard. Other cable lengths and stem options are available for an additional charge., Antimicrobial Finish, Damp-Location Rated, Daylight Sensor, Emergency Backup Battery, Fully Enclosed Fixture, Occupancy Sensor
Mounting
Pendant
Light Direction
Direct Downlight
Length
4 ft., 8 ft.
Lumens per foot
2500-4900 Lumens, 5000-9999 Lumens, 10000-19999 Lumens

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