WAC Lighting's miniature LED spotlights meet California Title 24 energy efficiency requirements

May 22, 2014

Port Washington, New York -- WAC Lighting introduces Mini LED Multiple Spots for remodeling and new construction applications for residential and commercial environments. WAC is a leading designer and manufacturer of task, decorative and architectural luminaires.

LED Mini Multiple Spots are marketed as complete units including the housing and trim. Available as one, two and three-light configurations, each spot is individually adjustable and provides a 30-degree visual cutoff for glare control. These luminaires deliver up to 755 lumens per light while using only 11 watts of power; comparable to a 50-watt MR16 halogen fixture, meeting California Title 24 Efficiency. The 120-volt Mini LED Multiple Spots feature a CRI of up to 90 and a color temperature of 3000K. With a rated life of 50,000 hours and the capability to dim down to 10 percent, LED Mini Multiple Spots are a perfect choice for the most stringent applications. All are backed by WAC’s 5-year product warranty. The WAC Lighting Story Since 1984 WAC Lighting has been driving innovation. A vertically integrated engineering and manufacturing leader, WAC has optimized LED designs in task lighting, recessed lighting, and track and display lighting. WAC Lighting has spent countless hours of in-house testing, research and development, honing principles of thermal engineering, and optical designs for the absolute best in LED technology that provides superior brightness, efficiency, and robust operation over other LEDs on the market. This commitment to excellence is what one should come to expect from a Responsible Lighting Company. WAC Lighting global headquarters is located in Port Washington, New York, with factories in New York and in Ontario, California.


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