RLM Compact Fluorescent & LED Retail Fixtures
Delray RLMs feature high performance electronic ballasts, with end-of-lamp life protection, programmed start to increase lamp life, and will operate from 120V to 277V. Ballasts are contained inside the canopy, for both pendant and wall mount fixtures. Pipe mount fixtures are UL listed for wet locations, damp locations for the soft cord. All Delray RLM fixtures feature twist lock sockets, which allow for easy relamping by twisting the lamp 20° to lock or unlock; and may be relamped with a pole. Lamps have a minimum starting temperature of 32°F, 0°F for 42W lamps.
The standard canopy is 5.5” round, and mounts to all standard J-boxes. Pendant fixtures are shipped with 6 feet of black cord, standard. The pipe mount option must be specified for wall wash fixtures.
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View P3 & P4 Model Specifications
View P6 Model Specifications
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About Delray Lighting
The mission of Delray Lighting has always been to create energy efficient, environmentally responsible lighting fixtures, while providing style for today’s dynamic interior designs.
Energy efficient lamps and ballasts:
Compact Fluorescent, Ceramic Metal Halide, T5/T5HO, and LED light sources in efficient luminaires, combined with the best power factor ballasts for standard and dimming, ensure the lowest wattage per square foot.
All Delray products are offered with multiple dimming ballast options to accommodate simple scene control or energy management strategies, like daylight harvesting, programmable/addressable switching, or step dimming.
Delray uses postindustrial and consumer recycled content in raw materials whenever possible.
Clean manufacturing process:
Delray complies with the highest State of California fabrication process standards for air and water quality management. Our manufacturing facility exceeds Title 24 building codes.
Short supply line:
All of our products are manufactured in California, shortening supply line distances.
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