General Specification

Product overview:  

Tray portrays a picture frame design. Our intention was to evoke the idea of empty picture frames, characterized by a similar concave design, for use in high-end architectural environments. Tray is a fresh contemporary alternative to traditional lightbox style fixtures. With sloped back and side surfaces, Tray creates depth when viewed from non-frontal angles. Tray Wall features reduced lumen packages for optimized visual comfort.

Housing: Aluminum and steel. 

Finish: Polyester powder coated.

Diffuser: Opal polycarbonate.

Drivers: HPF electronic, 120-277V (EU-240V). 

Remote emergency: Provides a 1.5 hour (3 hours for EU) emergency lighting facility. The remote system includes the inverter module, NiCad or NiMH batteries and a remote wall/ceiling LED charge indicator and test switch (NA only) Maximum distance between wall/ceiling plate and luminaire is 4.5m/15’. Test switch fits a single gang box (not supplied).

PoE: Tray can integrate into your data network via Power over Ethernet (PoE) connectivity.

Mechanical: Mounts directly to a standard electrical junction box (by others - North America only). 

Delivered lumens: Delivered lumens & LPW based on 4000K (min 80 CRI).

Design: US Design Patent Pending.

Designed by:  Serge Cornelissen.

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Specify Luminaire

Code Size Wattage Delivered lms LPW
12" x 25" 6W 677 121
12" x 45" 14W 1722 122
12" x 94" 34W 4249 126
20" x 30" 27W 3838 140
20" SQ 14W 1907 139
30" SQ 55W 7629 139

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Specify Dimming

D6 & D7 dimming not available in North America.

DA45 must be used with EV only.

Specify Finish - Front Frame

Specify Finish - Back Frame

Specify Lumen Output

AG1 not available with L1 or L2

Specify Emergency

Optional Low Voltage

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