Recessed LED Downlight Delivers Consistent Color Accuracy, Uniformity, and High Efﬁcacy
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DMF lighting introduces the DLE Series of downlights, a new series of recessed LED luminaires designed to provide exceptional light quality with high efﬁcacy. The LED source provides consistent illumination with 90+ CRI - making it an ideal recessed lighting solution for various light commercial and residential applications.
The DLE Series, the latest product series under the dmfLight brand, is powered by Cree True White™ and Easy White™ Technologies. The high quality LED source ensures consistent color and uniformity with optimal energy efﬁciency. Its unique, optical design eliminates pixelation and direct view of LED’s creating an aesthetically pleasing environment in any installation. A userfriendly design incorporates the driver, optics and thermal management in one module allowing for easy installation. Available in 6” new construction, remodel and retroﬁt models with an extensive choice of ﬁnishes and options.
For more information, visit www.dmﬂighting.com.
For more than 20 years, dmf LIGHTING has been providing lighting solutions for commercial and residential markets. dmf LIGHTING is comprised of three major brands: dmfLight provides value lighting solutions, Fahrenheit Lighting offers fire-rated recessed products, and Lightmark specializes in architectural lighting. All brands are backed by dmf’s commitment to high quality and outstanding customer service.
dmf LIGHTING delivers value and quality with state-of-the-art inventory control and logistics, a proven supply chain process, and a national warehousing and distribution system. With three warehouses strategically located in the continental United States, customers are assured of reliable, on-time delivery. dmf LIGHTING is represented by more than 50 dedicated, knowledgeable sales agencies throughout the country and has developed strategic partnerships with leading distributors including CED, Graybar, GE, and Rexel.
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