Lithonia Lighting W Series, Acuity Brands • For use in low-traffic areas, the W Series fixture family has an integral occupancy sensor to manage lighting operations in spaces such as corridors, stairwells, and restrooms. The luminaire, which can be used with a dimmable fluorescent lamp or LEDs, has a linear-fluted diffuser and can be either surface- or wall-mounted. The solid-state version uses 3500K, 4000K, or 5000K LEDs with a CRI of 82. The luminaire measures 4-3/4 inches wide by 3-11/16 inches tall by 2 or 4 feet long. • lithonia.com
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