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Columbia Lighting Introduces LED Contemporary Architectural Troffer and LED Recessed Architectural Luminaire

Hubbell Lighting, a world leader in lighting innovation, announced that Columbia Lighting has added the LED Contemporary Architectural Troffer (LCAT) and a LED recessed architectural luminaire (RLA) to its comprehensive product portfolio. Both architecturally styled luminaires offer true performance and value for retrofit and new construction projects.

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The LCAT is designed for projects that need a budget conscious architectural look. Its sleek center lens appearance and architectural simplicity make it a perfect choice for offices, schools, retail, and healthcare applications.

The RLA uses a triple lens design to achieve a balance of light across the face of the luminaire. RLA is also a perfect choice for offices, schools and retail applications.

Both fixtures are offered in 2’ X 2’ and 2’ X 4’, four color temperatures, multiple lumen packages, and can be surface mounted or cable mounted. The fixtures’ lenses are designed to provide uniform appearance across the lens without pixilation. Both fixtures permit easy access to the modular LED components. Columbia Lighting’s luminaires provide superior color consistency within a 3-step MacAdam ellipse; have a CRI of 83; and come with a five-year warranty.

Additionally, Columbia Lighting’s incredibly versatile LJT LED troffer now includes a 1’x4’ size and additional lumen packages across all three sizes (1x4, 2x2 and 2x4), expanding the product range from 3,200 to 8,775 lumens.


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