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Lumiron launches ultra-thin LED panel

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Miami-based Lumiron has introduced a new, ultra-thin LED panel with a low-profile design.

The Preston is dimmable, has low power consumption, is easy to install and requires low maintenance, according to the company. It comes with a three-year warranty.

The light’s edge-lit construction provides even illumination across the span of the panel, eliminating hot spots and glare. The Preston series is available in three temperatures: warm white (3,000kW), neutral white (4,000kW) and cool white (6,500kW). It has the option for 110V-277VAC or 24VDC.

For more information, visit lumiron.com.

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