Ideal for narrow soffit areas.
5″ long SR25 Can Lights are UL certified for use with a fire-rated, non-insulated ceiling.
The SR25 series Can light and the SR50 series Can Lights (Down Lights) are ideal for new construction. They are much easier to install than the traditional can housing that is 20 times larger.
The SR25 series Can lights are often used for custom fiber lights, roof soffit, or for a custom lighting layout.
The recessed can housing of the SR25 Can light measures 1″ in diameter, 4″ (non fire-rated) or 5″ (fire-rated) in height.
The standard LEDs (20W – 60W Halogen equivalent), or LEDs with an adapter to couple optical fibers, are threaded into the housing.
SR25 Fiber Lights
The SR50 series Can Lights are UL Type IC certified for fire-rated, insulated ceilings. They can be made waterproof. They can be installed in small spaces, indoors and outdoors and can be mounted in virtually any building material. Smart lighting control and Emergency lighting wiring are available.
The recessed can housing of the SR50 measures 2″ in diameter and 2″ in height.
The standard LEDs (20W – 60W Halogen equivalent), Color Tuning LEDs (continuously change from 2500K to 6000K), or RGB color changing LEDs are threaded into the housing. They can be easily replaced or upgraded at site.
The SR50 standard can light in the image below shows a classroom lighting installation completed at the Peaslee Center in Lawrence, Kansas. The SR50 lights used in the installation provide an even lighting level throughout the classroom. SR50 lights can be arranged in infinite ways. Different layouts (with the same number of fixtures) can increase or decrease the average lighting level in a room. Some different layout examples are also shown below:
The SR50 Recessed can light looks like 2″ halogen can, but provides more power and better coverage than the 2″ halogen can.
The SR50 Rotate-able can lights are often used to bright up a wall, highlight the pictures on the wall, be easily installed to a vaulted ceiling, or installed to a retaining wall or underneath a bench.
© 2016 — Sunlite Science & Technology, Inc.