Nora Lighting Introduces Cylo, Versatile Led Fixture for Nora Rail Systems

March 10, 2017

Cylo, a new cylindrical LED rail head from Nora Lighting®, offers an array of versatile adjustment features, including full rotation aiming and two beam spreads.

With sleek contemporary lines, Cylo is offered in three sizes and can be attached anywhere along a Nora 120V Rail System for wall, cabinet and display illumination or overall lighting.

Fixtures are constructed from die-cast aluminum with finishes in bronze or brushed nickel. Each Cylo also includes a field changeable 25° spot and 50° narrow flood.

The Cylo series is fully dimmable and can be specified as a 8W (600L), 20W (1400L) or 32W (2800L) LED fixture.. The 8W and 20W models feature AC driven COB LEDs and the 32W has a DC-driven COB with driver. Color temps include 3000K and 4000K with 80+ CRI. Cylo is Energy Star® and cULus listed.  

Nora Lighting’s award-winning line voltage Rail System offers the lamping dynamics of conventional track with the capabilities of longer line voltage runs –up to 2400 watts on a single line from a single power source. The system’s visual appeal is enhanced with a choice of configurations, including pre-bent “S” curved rails or low profile straight rails.

Nora Lighting features an extensive line of LED lighting products and has been at the forefront of energy saving LED technology.

Nora’s comprehensive LED product line includes: LED dedicated and retrofit downlights; LED track and rail fixtures; LED edge-lit panels; LED MLS (multi-lighting systems); LED linear and under cabinet lightbars; LED puck lights; LED high-output, Hy-Brite, side-lit, CCT (color correlated) RGB, RGBW and standard tape lights; LED pendants; LED step lights; and LED emergency / exit signs.

www.noralighting.com

 

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