recessed fixture

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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On the basis of fixture, the residential lighting fixture market is segmented into recessed fixture, flush mount, vanity fixture, under cabinet, outdoor and others.
One interesting example of integrated LED control for an indoor space is a recessed fixture, which allows each luminaire to dim down to 5% using 0VDC to 10VDC control; a fully operational lighting control system can be constructed by simply connecting the luminaires with category-type cabling.
From a new exhibitor, Firefly Alternative Energy Group, the Lunet Lighting Cover promises to cut glare of a compact fluorescent light bulb placed in a recessed fixture or other down light.
"You would see specialty products in smaller degrees like a recessed fixture over the fireplace to light art," he says, but little else.
C: NanoLumen is a recessed fixture that marries optics and performance features with the small aperture for metal halide lamp sources.
Catalina is now the leading supplier of task and functional lighting to office superstores under several brand names, including Dana, ProOffice and Westinghouse; a leading track and recessed fixture supplier to home centers; and a leading lighted giftware vendor to mass retailers.
Other kinds of recessed fixture types, including wall washers, adjustable accent lights and pinhole downlights, have influenced the role of lighting in our lives.
out from the wall and make it long enough to include all the joist spaces that will contain a recessed fixture and the power source.
Before buying others, test one in a recessed fixture to make sure it delivers enough light.
"We took the thermal protector from our recessed fixture line, which has a built-in shutoff switch if the light ever reaches certain temperatures," Poppe said.
And don't seal up a recessed light fixture (or cover it with insulation), unless a label on the fixture specifically says it's "thermally protected" and that it "may be in direct contact with insulation." Otherwise, heat buildup around the recessed fixture could cause a fire.
One new company (Recesso Lights) has created an alternative--a whole line of very attractive trims that turn any recessed fixture (LED, fluorescent or incandescent) into a close-to-ceiling decorative luminaire.