Alphabet’s new line of lights offers a wide array of custom options. Here’s what you need to know.

The NU series of warm-to-dim downlighting comes in the standard lumen option package—1,000 lumens up to 3,000 lumens. Another unique feature is that it has a very thin and design-oriented 1/16-inch rim. With this trim you’ll have a matching trim color and bezel, making it very versatile for most applications. If you want to mix and match based on the architect’s or designer’s requirements or what your clients are looking for, you have the option to be extremely dynamic within each space.

The downlighting also has an eldoLED 0-to-10 dimming driver that dims light down to 1%. It also offers a flicker-free option, so you can always rely on a smooth output from the highest to the lowest setting, which speaks to the aesthetic of the space. 

Last but not least, it comes in a wide range of beam options. You can go from a very tight, 25-degree angle, all the way out to an extremely wide 80-degree angle. No matter the space or the application, these fixtures will bring endless opportunities to add or subtract light and create the ambience that suits your purpose.



No matter the space or the application, these fixtures will bring endless opportunities to add or subtract light and create the ambience that suits your purpose.


For more information on this or other Alphabet products, visit their website at www.AlphabetLighting.com.

As a final note unrelated to Alphabet’s lighting line, I’d like to address something we have going on at the agency. Some would say that with Christmas drawing near, Santa Claus is coming to town. At the same time, we have manufacturers coming to town. On December 11 and 12, Lighting Services, INC., is coming to lead courses and answer questions you might have about an application of their product in a project. It really sheds light (no pun intended) on the fact that we like to emphasize continuing education opportunities.

Everyone here at Lighting Associates values the opportunity to collaborate on projects.

We are here to be a resource to you and your firm, so whether it’s a question of control, design, or specific application of a product, please feel free to contact us. You are also encouraged to visit our website at www.LightingAssociates.com.