Sardinia and Cyprus 120V LED flush-mounted downlights


The LED takeover marches on. Imtra's new Sardinia and Cyprus 120V LED flush-mounted downlights can easily replace power-hungry 35-watt halogen spots found on large vessels and megayachts, according to Imtra.


"The Sardinia and Cyprus LEDs are an easy drop-in, zero-maintenance replacement and provide a variety of styles and finishes to complement any décor," Imtra lighting product manager Kinder Woodcock says. The Sardinia has a traditional raised square-edge bezel; the Cyprus has a tapered edge. The spots consume less than 11 watts and have a 45-      degree illumination angle. With a mounting depth of 2-3/4-inches, the lights can be installed in virtually any part of a vessel's living areas, according to Imtra. They can be screw-mounted for rigid ceilings or secured with spring traps for paneled ceilings. Both are available in polished stainless, brushed stainless or white powder-coated finishes. The lights carry a 5-year limited parts and labor warranty on the electronics, fixtures and housing, and a 1-year warranty on the finish. MSRP is $209. Contact: Imtra, (508) 995-7000.

This article originally appeared in the October 2010 issue.


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