Architectural Euro Series
Euro luminaires offer classic architectural styling, spec-grade construction features, and high-performance, energy-efficient illumination. The highly versatile luminaires may be wall or ceiling mounted for security or accent lighting. All luminaires are available in popular Shallow Casting (SC) or in Deep Casting (DC).
The Shallow Cast models can be surface mounted or semi-recessed. Semi-recessed luminaires are ADA compliant. Select models are suitable for building facades, entrances, corridors, stairwells, parking garages, balconies, pedestrian tunnels and walkways, making them ideal for many high-abuse public areas where vandalism may be a concern. New "Full Cut-off" models (Leningrad, Lisbon, Liverpool) provide directional light, with Forward Throw (FT) or Wide Spread (WS) distribution and are also Darksky compliant.
Designed and built for superior weather/ vandal-resistance, Euro luminaires feature a heavy-duty cast aluminum housing with polyester powder coat finish, high-impact clear prismatic or opal white polycarbonate lens, tamperproof fasteners, and fully enclosed neoprene gasketing to seal out moisture and contaminates. Modular design decorative cage is interchangeable with other styles.
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|UL/ULC - UL/ULC Listed Products to U.S. and Canadian Safety Standards
|ETL - ETL Listed Products to U.S. and Canadian Safety Standards
|USGBC - U.S. Green Building Council Certified Member
|IDA - International Dark-Sky Compliant Listed Products
|ADA - ADA Compliant Listed Products meet requirements of © Americans with Disabilities Act
|Energy Star™ - Energy Star™ Listed Products meet guidelines set by EPA and US Department of Energy