DMF Lighting Launches iX Series Fixtures With Precision Lock Collar

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DMF Lighting announced the launch of its new iX Series fixtures. DMF Lighting’s iX Series Small Aperture solution claims to remove the traditional constraints of 2-inch fixtures, allowing integrators to distinguish themselves from contractors by offering higher quality and premium aesthetic.

DMF says it has developed a product that offers the performance of larger fixtures and error-free installation, utilizing a patented Precision Lock Collar that eliminates over-cutting and ensures a perfectly cut, sharp flange and installations at a uniform depth.

The result is a quiet ceiling and a modular system that is as easy as plug, snap and fit. Altogether, this provides the ultimate in flexibility, eliminates mistakes and allows for “effortless changes throughout the job.”

DMF says the iX Series takes seamless ceiling light integration to a new level:

  • Swap on the fly: lumens, color temperature, optics, adjustable/downlight/wall wash, and trims
  • Custom-designed driver offers 1% TRIAC dimming
  • Lumen output from 750 to 1250 lm delivers similar performance to competitive 3-inch and 4-inch fixtures (ceilings up to 10 feet)
  • Wall wash produces more light output at an angle, fewer hot spots; light output is high on the wall, no scallop so can be spaced further apart
  • Adjustable offers a Center Beam Translating Optic for more light output at angles and less “flash” on the trim; toolless friction locking tilt provides infinite adjustment for fine-tuning tilt up to 35 degrees
  • Simple Universal New Construction Housing with Precise Lock Collars deliver accurate/error-free installation
  • Accommodates ceiling thickness of ½-inch – 1 ¼-inch
  • Knife Edge Trims
  • Trims Colors: White, Bronze, Black, Clear Diffuse, Warm Diffuse with white flange

The new iX Series continues to elevate the DMF Brand and “solves existing installer issues associated with 2-inch products on the market and opens up new opportunities to delight homeowners and designers.”