WAC LIGHTING Introduces Cartier LEDme Track Luminaires

GARDEN CITY, NEW YORK – Combining craftsmanship and old world styling with the flexibility and performance of modern track lighting, WAC Lighting ntroduces Cartier LED track luminaires. From the instrument-like engineering and hand finishes to the onyx crystal details, Cartier LEDme™ track luminaires have been designed for upscale residential and commercial spaces. Utilizing state-of-the-art, multi-chip LED technology, this 12-watt luminaire projects a strong amount of light. With models offering a light output up to 625 lumens, Cartier exceeds Energy Star requirements and is a direct replacement for a 50-watt MR16.

WAC Cartier LED

Cartier was crafted and designed exclusively in the company's clean manufacturing campus with in-house UL testing labs and zero landfill status. WAC Lighting is a global manufacturer and designer of track, recessed, undercabinet, monorail and decorative lighting.

Dimmable with an Electronic Low Voltage (ELV) dimmer, Cartier can be used with WAC 120v track lighting systems. It operates with multi-chip replaceable LED modules that offer a 50,000-hour potential life.

Designed with a White interior to improve light reflection, mounting hardware is available in three designer finishes to coordinate with a variety of decors: Antique Bronze, Antique Nickel and Satin Brass.

Offered in 3000K warm white and 4000K cool white color temperatures, Cartier uses Cree multi-chip LEDs and may be ordered as a Spot or a Flood. Additional interchangeable optics are available.

Cartier is 9 1/16 inches tall, 5 1/2 inches wide, and 7 1/2 inches long.
 

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