Recessed luminaire

Recessed luminaire

A luminaire recessed into a ceiling, so that its lower edge is flush with the ceiling, as compared with surface mounting.

Luminaire, Recessed

 

a lighting device usually located under the ceiling of a room. It has the appearance of a practically continuous surface consisting of one or more translucent panels behind which light sources are positioned.

recessed fixture

recessed fixture
A lighting fixture which is recessed into a ceiling so the lower edge of the fixture is flush with the ceiling.
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AT THE FOREFRONT OF BAERO NORTH AMERICA'S ENHANCED 2012 RECESSED LUMINAIRE LINE is the stylish Fourtina.
Although all of the electrical power input to the lighting system is eventually converted to heat, the transport of lighting energy is very complex, particularly for a recessed luminaire, involving all three heat transfer mechanisms--radiation, convection, and conduction--to two spaces, the conditioned space and the ceiling plenum.
Images or logos can be projected from a discrete recessed luminaire using the Myriad 4 Projector from Concord:marlin.
They are the first recessed luminaire family without a lens, diffuser or refractor.
Acuity Brands has introduced the P Series Recessed Luminaire Upgrade.
To this point, how much electrical energy is available--and at what voltage--dictate how the recessed luminaire should be constructed to prevent an electrical shock hazard or fire hazard.
The Peerless Mino Recessed luminaire installs seamlessly into 2 ft by 2 ft T-grid or screw slot grid ceilings and is also well suited for use in hard-surface applications.
* The term "LED driver" was added to sections covering "luminaire mounting," "equipment not integral with luminaire" and "recessed luminaire clearances."
Two-by-four recessed luminaires with volumetric distributions reduce glare and provide optimal light on walls, partitions and floors.
Ceiling installations typically consist of recessed luminaires or track-mounted wallwashers.