Prescolite MegaLum; Prescolite 6-in. LiteBox LED Downlight Module

Prescolite MegaLum Litebox LED

The Prescolite MegaLum is the commercial lighting industry’s first recessed LED downlight to deliver 12,000 lumens, all from an 8-in. aperture. MegaLum features 4 lumen packages and 4 beam spread options for virtually any ceiling height. Using heat pipe technology – the same used in high performance computers, HVAC systems and solar products – MegaLum employs hundreds of low-power LEDs to exceed the thermal management and beam pattern performance of any other recessed downlight on the market.

With only 168 watts of input, MegaLum is a powerful replacement for high-watt incandescent or HID/induction fixtures. MegaLum saves up to 30% of system watts vs. a 250W metal halide and up to 75% vs. a 500W T4 quartz fixture. It also saves on maintenance costs; the driver and light engine are completely accessible from above or below the ceiling plane, and the luminaire’s anodized reflectors are field interchangeable.

The Prescolite LiteBox is a premiere downlight solution for light commercial environments. It comes with a screw base adapter that fits new or existing 6-in. recessed housings, and provides 1,000-lumen output and distribution – comparable to a 75W PAR lamp – while consuming only 12 watts of energy and delivering an outstanding efficacy at 87 lumens per watt.

Features

MegaLum:

  • The world’s first 12,000-lumen recessed LED downlight
  • Up to 75 lumens per watt efficacy
  • 3,000, 6,000, 9,000 and 12,000 lumen packages and 2,700k, 3,000k, 3,500k, 4,000k and 5,000k color temps
  • 25-, 35-, 45- and 55-degree optical distributions
  • Standard 0-10V dimming, with 1% Lutron dimming option

LiteBox:

  • 6-in, 80+ CRI
  • Flicker-free dimming to 15% with most standard dimmers
  • Suitable for wet locations and temps up to 25oC
  • Integrated aluminum heat sink
  • Can be configured as fire rated fixture or cylinder
  • ENERGY STAR® qualified and complies with California Title 24 requirements when used with the DBXQL housing