Nemo Glow from Lightheaded Lighting

EIN Lightheaded Nemo Glow

March 3, 2022


Driven by Bridgelux and Philips LEDs our Standard LED is a go-to for affordable lighting that rivals the industry leaders.


Driven by XICATO modules, premium LED offers reliable, quality light with industry best initial and sustained color consistency.

  • Lumen output: 800–3000
  • Warm dimming available
  • Wet location listed
  • Die-cast aluminum fixture
  • Powder coated and plated trim ring finishes
  • Trim clips designed for 5/8″ ceiling thickness
  • Accepts up to 2 optional media
  • Color consistency within 3 SDCM (MacAdam Ellipse)
  • L70 @ 50,000 hours

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