Halo ELG405840WH 4" LED Adjustable 4000K Gimbal

Brand: Halo
Model: ELG405840WH
Condition: New
Warranty: 3 Years
SKU: 166783
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Halo ELG405840WH LED Downlight Kits

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About the Halo 4" LED Adjustable Gimbal Trim and Light Engine—4000K—703 Lumens—80 CRI

The Halo 4" LED Adjustable Gimbal features an adjustable gimbal trim and a high-quality LED light engine for recessed lighting in either commercial or residential settings. The gimbal allows pivoted support for the LED light, offering an opportunity for the light to rotate at three different beam angles: 25°, 35°,

and 50°. (The gimbal comes with the 25° beam angle already pre-installed.) The precision-designed gimbal is fronted by a white trim, and is made of die-cast aluminum for a simple yet durable design. The ELG405840WH is compatible with the H455 and H456 series of LED-dedicated housings, and once the gimbals are installed, you can expect up to 50,000 hours worth of light (at 70% of lumens). The gimbal set provides up to 703 lumens of light, but at 51.4 lumens per watt, the energy savings will be an immediate and welcome boon to your bottomline. The ELG405840WH features light at a color temperature of 4000K, which will provide neutral white light on the lighting color spectrum. For the Halo 4" LED Adjustable Gimbal, Cooper Lighting offers a limited three-year warranty.

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Three (3) Year Manufacturer Warranty
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Questions & Answers

Concerning the Halo ELG405840WH LED gimbal downlight. I need a gimbal light at about 35 degrees, is the unit correct?

by Robert W. on 02-03-2014

Yes, the Halo ELG405840WH gimbal allows pivoted support, offering an opportunity for the light to rotate at three different beam angles: 25°, 35°, and 50°.

on 03-17-2014
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