2000AICV 3.75 Inch New Construction LV Airtight IC Housing
2000AICV 3 inch new construction low voltage airtight IC housing is UL listed for direct contact with thermal insulation. AirSeal housing minimizes air leakage to less than 2 CFM at 1.57 PSF, which complies with Model Energy Code and the Washington State Energy Code, and reduces heat loss and condensation on the ceiling. Access door for inspection of junction box. Accommodates all ceilings up to 1 inch thick. 120 volt input, 12 volt output magnetic transformer, included. UL listed as suitable for damp locations. Lamp ratings based on trim selected, sold separately.
|Dimensions: 15.5"L x 7.313"H x 9"W|
|Lamp Source: Halogen|
|Bulb: 1 x MR16/GU5.3/12V Halogen|
Bulb not included
|Dimmer: Low Voltage Magnetic|
|Ceiling Type: Drywall with Trim|
|Housing Type: New construction IC|
|Housing Height: 8"|
|Aperture Shape: Round|
Lightolier is a company with a rich history of growth and innovation. Lightolier was founded in 1904, in the early days of electric lighting. By the Second World War, Lightolier had built a reputation for design leadership in decorative lighting. After the war, the company entered the architectural lighting market in a major way. Rapidly, Lightolier earned recognition for its sophisticated and sensitive designs. With its introduction of track lighting in the 1960's, the company became an important player in the fast growing store lighting market. Also in the 1960's the company began asserting its expertise in downlighting reflector technology. Lightolier figured importantly in the use of downlights in residential, as well as hospitality and entertainment spaces. In the 1970's, Lightolier pioneered high-performance fluorescent lighting and lighting systems for stores and office work spaces. In 1986, Lightolier created the first digital dimmer and entered the lighting controls market; energy controls followed in 1991. Throughout the 1990's, Lightolier has concentrated on Energy Smart lighting. Currently, Lightolier actively supports the development and adoption of good lighting.