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SLOPED-CEILING RECESSED LIGHTING.

With the introduction of a new Allslope IC Air-Time[TM] housing, the Halo brand of Cooper Lighting has created a sloped-ceiling recessed light fixture designed around today's popular PARlamps. The energy-efficient housing is sealed and gasketed to limit airflow between plenum and heated or air-conditioned areas, and can be used in direct contact with insulation.

Known as the H6451C, the housing is designed for sloped-ceiling installations with a 2/12 (10[degrees]) up to 12/12 (45[degrees]) The fixture's socket aiming mechanism allows the lamp to be aimed straight down regardless of the ceiling pitch. The lamp socket and trim can also be adjusted 20[degrees] laterally for compound sloped ceiling or to compensate for off-axis aiming.
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Title Annotation:Cooper Lighting's H6451C
Publication:Nursing Homes
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Jul 1, 2001
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