Architectural Direct LED Luminaire is ADA Compliant

Litecontrol launches the Note 67L, a narrow architectural direct LED luminaire.

Litecontrol launches the Note 67L, a narrow architectural direct LED luminaire.

Hubbell Lighting has announced that Litecontrol has launched the Note 67L, a narrow architectural direct LED luminaire.

Performance and aesthetics drove the development of the Note, which can be pendant, surface or wall mounted. Two lens styles are also available. The dome lens has a smooth profile between the lens and housing. The bell lens offers features style with corners and arches.

The Note features Variable Intensity (Vi) Technology, which empowers specifiers to match the output or power, in 50 lumen increments, for desired specifications, a selling point for a large volume product. The Note is an ideal solution for hallways, corridors and stairwells in facilities such as schools and offices, as it is ADA compliant.

The performance of the Note includes standard downlight distribution, 90 percent direct and 10 percent indirect, efficacy up to 127 lumens per watt, and with 2 SDCM to ensure color consistency.

The Note also includes features for installation ease. The unit ships fully assembled with the exception of the end caps. It can be serviced without removing the end headers and the lens can be easily removed.

Additional Features and Benefits of the Note:

  • Two diffuser styles available
  • Pendant, surface and wall mount available
  • Easy to install and row mount
  • Removable lens
  • Efficacy up to 127 lumen per watt
  • Output range of 550 to 1800 lumen per foot
  • Competitively Priced
  • Vi Technology
  • Wall mount is ADA compliant

For more information on Litecontrol’s Note, please see the product brochure.

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