Downlight Features Meet Retrofit and New Construction Lighting Requirements

The Commercial Downlight Retrofit family can upgrade existing incandescent, fluorescent and metal halide downlight fixtures to LED.
The Commercial Downlight Retrofit family can upgrade existing incandescent, fluorescent and metal halide downlight fixtures to LED.

MaxLite has introduced a series of Commercial Downlight Retrofits featuring modular light engines, reflectors and housings to meet the requirements of a range of retrofit and new construction lighting projects.

The ENERGY STAR certified Commercial Downlight Retrofit family (RRC series) is an option for upgrading existing incandescent, fluorescent and metal halide downlight fixtures to LED. Light engines in the series range from 10W to 50W, with outputs of approximately 900 to 4,500 lumens. Customers choose the light engine for the desired light output, color temperature (3000K, 3500K or 4000K) and dimming protocol, and then select the compatible reflector (4-, 6-, 8-, or 9-inches) to meet the application need. Triac dimming drivers are available for lower wattages (10W, 15W, 20W) in the series, while 0-10V is offered across the full range, which also includes 30W and 50W engines. Unique to the RRC range is an integrated emergency back-up option that allows for a retrofit EM solution.

The Commercial Downlight Retrofit mounts into the existing recessed housing, or may be combined with MaxLite commercial or architectural frames for a fixture solution.

For complete specifications, view the product page here.

With three commercial product lines to choose from, MaxLite offers a downlight for several interior lighting requirements. In addition to the RRC Series, the portfolio includes the all-in-one Universal Commercial Downlight Fixture and value-driven ECO Series Commercial Recessed Retrofit Downlights. For a look at the RRC family, and the complete MaxLite downlight portfolio, view the webinar on YouTube.

Visit online for a guide to choosing the right downlight for your commercial lighting project.

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