Nora Lighting LED Center Basket Retrofit Troffers Replace Flourescents in 5 Minutes or Less

May 20, 2019

 

 Nora Lighting’s specification-grade LED Center Basket Retrofit Troffers are designed to replace fluorescent fixtures in offices, conference rooms, dining areas, libraries, hospitals and more. The LED troffers provide smooth and uniform general lighting with longer performance life and significant energy savings.

Nora retrofit troffers are available in two sizes: 2’ x 2’ (30W with 3000lm)) or 2’ x 4’ (40W with 4000lm) and have a white finish. Color temperatures vary: 3500K or 4000K at 85 CRI.

The patented, retrofit design utilizes existing troffer housings; can be installed in less than five minutes; and does not require above-ceiling access.

The fixtures include a diffused, removable lens and hinged access plate with an LED board that evenly distributes light. The troffers offer 120V/277V output and 0 to 10V dimming. They are cULus listed for damp locations and DLC

listed.

Nora Lighting is celebrating its 30 th year in business and is a recognized leader in the development and introduction of LED lighting products. Nora offers the industry’s most comprehensive line of LED fixtures, including: LED dedicated and retrofit downlights; smart RGBW LED downlights; LED track and rail fixtures;

LED edge-lit panels; LED center basket troffers; LED MLS (multi-lighting systems); LED linear and under cabinet lighting; LED high lumen RLM shades; LED puck lights; LED tape lights; LED pendants; LED cylinders; LED step lights; and LED emergency / exit signs.

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