Commercial Construction & Renovation

MAY-JUN 2017

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485 Smith Street, Farmingdale, NY 11735 | tel 631.777.7700 | fax 631.777.7705 www.lamarled.com | www.occusmart.com | www.ledXpress.net ENERGY SAVING Standby Mode When Unoccupied 100% Brightness For Safety Upon Occupancy Bi-level motion sensor controlled LED luminaires offer increased energy savings with standby power as low as 3 watts without leaving the area dark. Our proven ultra-sonic sensor technology immediately switches the fixture to full light output when occupancy is detected. Motion controlled bi-level lighting provides an energy saving solution for applications such as stairwells, offices, libraries, laundry rooms, conference rooms and any other areas where maximum light levels may not be needed 100% of the time Architectural Brilliance occu-smart ® occu-smart ¨ LED Bi-Level Lighting U S A M A D E I N T H E Combine energy efficiency & safety in stairwell lighting The NL line is one of the slimmest LED luminaires LaMar makes: at only 2.25" wide, these fixtures can fit discreetly into almost any architectural application. Comprised of three product groups, the Narrow Linear Wall (NLW), Narrow Linear Surface (NLS) and the Narrow Linear Recessed (NLR), this product line is ideal for retail, office, educational facility or architectural applications with most being suitable for continuous row installations (up & along a wall [90˚ angle] or suspended from ceiling). They are available in 2', 4', 6' & 8' lengths (nominal) as well as in custom colors. The NL series is an economic alternative to extruded aluminum and features a high efficiency extruded diffuser for excellent light transmission, even illumination and No LED Hot Spots. CIRCLE NO. 42

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