Luminis a maker of specification grade lighting announced the release of its Oculus LED lighting products. Luminis designed Oculus as a recessed downlight for outdoor, under-canopy applications in which protection to weather, high light output and directional aiming are needed. The company claims that downlight is the first product of its kind to combine all three features.
According to Luminis, the IP66-rated Oculus can operate in harsh outdoor weather conditions. It features a fully adjustable light with precise aiming that offers a 360° rotation and a 30° tilt angle.
A screw-less, low profile trim gives light a clean, seamless architectural appearance. The trim comes in a range of finishes to fit almost any aesthetic. The adjustable Oculus is available in two aperture diameters, 6” and 8”. The downlight has multi-tab ceiling anchor points and provides a gasketed service door for easy driver access.
Oculus Boasts Lifetime Over 130,000 Hours
The light comes standard with a 4000K color temperature, but options of 2700K, 3000K, 3500K and 5000K are also available. The downlight has a CRI of 80 and delivers up to 6000 lumens depending upon the model and the selected options. The exterior light offers three reflector optics options; narrow, wide and flood, and the fully dimmable downlight boasts a lifetime of over 130,000 hours, and Liminis covers it with a standard 5-year warranty.
A unique integral tilting mechanism allows forward-back adjustability. Also, an optional linear spread lens can give the light an asymmetric distribution. Additionally, the downlight’s trim comes in various colors
“We are excited to release Oculus,” said Nicolas Cohen, Luminis’ president. “What makes it unique is the combination of weather resistance, high light output, and precise directionality. We feel that those three features make this the product of choice for outdoor canopy lighting.”