GlacialLight, the lighting division of GlacialTech Inc., announces its newest recessed down light model. The GL-DLC06 is a recessed LED down light for 6” recessed fittings which comes in 15W and 35W versions.
Designed for indoor lighting applications, these new down lights leverage the latest high efficiency CoB LED package technology with cold forged thermal modules and a high power factor LED driver to achieve 100 lumens per watt or more. With 2 brightness models, 3 color temperatures as well as dimming and non-dimming versions, the luminaires can be precisely configured to customer requirements.
High Efficiency GlacialLight Design Achieves 100 lm/W
Using the brightest CoB LEDs isn’t enough — GlacialLight leverages powerful cooling technology with cold forged thermal heatsinks to achieve strong lighting performance. Driven by an efficient GlacialPower LED driver achieving up to 0.98 power factor, the GL-DLC06 is able to produce from 100 to 115 lumens per Watt.
Indoor Lighting for Your Environment
Coming in both low power consumption 15W (1600lm-1720lm) and powerful 35W (3500lm-3800lm) versions, the GL-DLC06 down light’s brightness can be chosen to meet customer needs. A dimmable model provides additional brightness control. Color temperatures can be chosen from 3000K Warm White, 4000K Neutral White and 5000K Cool White to suit a range of indoor environments.
New Power Plug Design for Easy Installation
The GL-DLC06 features a new DC power jack for quick installation. There’s no chance of mismatching match wires, simply plug the LED driver’s DC power jack in the luminaire and the driver is properly connected.
6” recessed CoB down light
Comes in 15W(1600lm-1720lm) and 35W(3500lm-3800lm) versions
Dimming option available(1-10V/PWM/Resistor)
100+Lumen/W lighting performance
New DC power plug design simplifies installation
Cold forged heatsink is small yet achieves strong thermal performance
3 Color temperatures: 3000K Warm White, 4000K Neutral White, 5000K Cool White
Read more about this new product please visit at GlacialLight’s website.