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high hat

[′hī ‚hat]
(engineering)
A very low tripod head resembling a formal top hat in shape.

high hat

1. A recessed downlight.
2. A black circular tube which is mounted on the front of a spotlight to reduce the stray light on the sides of the main beam.
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Considering that high hats are a commodity, sold for roughly $5, and that decorative fixtures, especially families of products, sell in the hundreds and thousands of dollars, there can be a significant impact on the overall business over time.
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Demand will also be stimulated by the large installed base in residential and non-residential buildings, meaning recessed cans, or high hats and other installed fixtures.