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DMF upgrades DRD downlighting

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DRD downlighting series

Photo courtesy DMF Lighting.

DMF Lighting has upgraded its DRD modular downlighting system with new housings in round and square apertures and more than 50 aluminum trim choices, so a single housing can accommodate nearly all downlighting applications, including fixed, adjustable and wall wash.

The light-emitting diode (LED) housings are designed for installation in nearly any ceiling type, including wood, concrete, sloped, hat channel, T-bar and C channel for new construction, remodelling or retrofit projects. Options include a fire-rated housing, a low-profile housing and a double housing for specialty applications.

“Our modules feature a range of colour temperatures, field-interchangeable optics, 120 and 277 voltage regulation and integrated volt drivers that deliver smooth dimming down to 1%,” says Ken Czech, DMF Lighting’s vice-president (VP) of new product development. “Our design simplifies installation, maintenance and troubleshooting.”

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