Liteline ORBIT 2″ Gimbal Recessed Fixture

The ORBIT is a 5 watt 2″ gimbal recessed light fixture for retrofit applications, with 360° rotation and 80° tilt. It is a high-performance, easy to install downlight solution that offers good light output, energy-efficiency and streamlined design. Suitable for wet locations and ideal for vaulted ceiling and soffit installations.

Durable aluminum body with 360° rotation and 80° tilting.

LED Characteristics
This general application light fi xture features a 5 watt LED module that maintains uniform intensity producing up to 370 lumens; with a typical CRI of 90. With a CCT range of 2700 K – 5000 K color temperature.

100%-10% dimming capability. This fi xture is compatible with industry standard TRIAC/ELV dimmers. For compatible dimmers, visit www.

Beam Spread
The fixture lens available in 24°, 38° and 50° beam spread options.

Includes two spring loaded clips to attach to any ceiling material.

LED Driver
Extruded aluminum hardwire box with 120mA dimmable class II electronic LED driver with 100-135V, 60Hz AC input. Includes an 15″ FT6 rated cable with 3-pin DC connector between driver and fi xture approved for use in plenums and suspended ceilings. Includes 5 position CCT switch.

Quick Connect push-in terminals
Three “Quick connect” push-in terminals for fast and easy wiring.

Operating Temperature
-40°C~40°C (-40°F~104°F)

•Suitable for wet locations.
•Approved for direct contact with insulation.
•Indoor / Outdoor rated.

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