Lumination™ LED Luminaires - Linear Recessed

Lumination™ LED Luminaire - BL Series

GE Lighting has teamed up with USG Corporation to bring architects and designers a new monolithic, integrated ceiling and lighting system using cutting-edge products from two leading brands. USG's Logix™ Ceiling System and GE's Lumination™ LED Linear Recessed Luminaires are designed and tested together, making it simple to construct stylish new office, retail, hotel and restaurant ceiling lighting systems.



Lumination™ LED Linear Recessed Luminaires present a new category of indoor LED lighting fixtures. Featuring the reliability for which GE is famous, this complete profile offers a variety of highly efficient and aesthetically pleasing possibilities. Lumination™ LED Linear Recessed Luminaires provide the flexibility and freedom to create imaginative environments, while cutting electricity and maintenance costs along the way.


Features & Benefits

  • Available in 4” or 6” widths; available in 2', 4' or 5' lengths
  • Luminaires can connect together for long continuous runs
  • Available in 3 different color temperatures (3000K, 3500K, 4000K)
  • Available in 3 different lumen levels (450/525/750 Lumens/foot)
  • Mounts in integrated and standard ceiling systems
  • Can also be suspended or wall mounted
  • 5 year limited warranty.


Specifications

  • Color Temperature: 3000K, 3500K, 4000K
  • Lumen Output: 450, 525 & 750 Lumens/ft packages available
  • Widths available: 4 & 6 inch
  • Lengths available: 2, 4 & 5 foot
  • Efficacy: up to 87 LPW
  • Life: L85 @ 50,000 hours
  • Minimum CRI: 80
  • Standard Dimming Control: 0-10V & DALI


Applications

  • Office
  • Retail
  • Hospitality
  • Healthcare


Case Studies

GE Transportation and GE Antares

GE walks the energy-efficiency walk by utilizing its LED lighting with wireless controls as part of major renovations at its 500 West Monroe offices in Chicago.

Case Studies

LED office lighting at GE Capital Real Estate

GE Capital Real Estate

GE Capital Real Estate and GE Lighting began the project in 2011, but revised the plans in 2012 after GE Lighting launched a new Lumination™ LED Luminaires and GE Downlights.

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