Wall Wash Lighting Provides Visual Interest

The wall wash downlight system features interchangeable reflectors and trims to address individual architectural project requirements.

The wall wash downlight system features interchangeable reflectors and trims to address individual architectural project requirements.

CCTLed ARCHITECTURAL MINI from Targetti now offers a Wall Wash optic in its CCTLed Series. The optic offering found within the CCTLed Series will include a Wall Wash optic to pair with the Spot, Flood, MWFL and WFL distributions. The Wall Wash optic is ideal for retail, hospitality and architectural settings to provide visual interest and to draw attention with its uniform distribution. The recessed LED downlight projector features a 4-inch aperture that delivers an aiming solution for architectural lighting. This downlight system features interchangeable reflectors and trims to address individual architectural project requirements for a versatile solution.

The CCTLed Series is available in both a 4-inch Mini and 6-inch Large size downlight in a die-cast aluminum profile that incorporates a heat dissipation system to coordinate with the choice of a fixed or adjustable housing. The adjustable projector utilizes a friction rotation system to manually aim with a 30 degree tilt and 355 degree rotation. The complete series offers an optic system with different distributions, sizes, and interchangeable reflectors and trims to address individual architectural project requirements and light engineering.

Product Features:

  • 4-inch aperture
  • Wall Wash: 14W & 20W
  • 2700K & 3000K (84 CRI)
  • Mounting: Tool-free spring-clip mounting system into integrated housing
  • Housings: IC, Non-IC and Airtight IC housings available
  • 0-10V dimmable
  • Decorative trim ring mounted after fixture installation with twist lock attachment
  • IP20 – Damp Location listed with IP54 trim accessory
  • UL compliant

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