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Modern Forms Matrix 9" Wide Titanium LED Ceiling Light


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A rectangular flushmount silhouette gives a classic look to this modern LED ceiling light.

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This tastefully designed LED flushmount ceiling light adds versatility in decor as well as an all-purpose fixture that works in any room. Thick opal glass in a thick diffuser profile anchors to a sleek square titanium finish steel canopy. Modern Forms offers this attractive, energy-efficient light that offers dimming features with the purchase of a suitable dimmer switch. Install on either a wall or a ceiling.

  • 9" wide x 2 3/4" high.
  • Square canopy is 9" wide x 1 1/2" high. Square glass is 9" wide x 2" high.
  • Includes one dimmable 31 watt high-powered replaceable LED module: 1511 lumen light output, comparable to a 100 watt incandescent. 3000K color temperature. 90 CRI.
  • Small energy-efficient LED flushmount square ceiling light from the Matrix collection by Modern Forms.
  • Titanium finish over steel construction. Thick opal glass.
  • Fixture can be installed on both the wall and ceiling.
  • Smooth and continuous dimming with an electronic low voltage (ELV) dimmer.
  • LED averages 50000 hours at 3 hours per day.
  • CEC Title 24 compliant.
  • Listed for use in closets.
  • AC LED technology - no driver or transformer required.
  • Easily fits on a pancake junction box.
  • 277V, 240V, or custom CCT options available by special order.
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