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Small Surface Canopy Beam Track Monopoint Mount Art Lighting Framing Projector

Small Surface Mount 928 Wenlux Shutter Framing Projector

The patent pending 928 optical contour framing projector was designed by framing projector specialists with over 100 combined years of projector manufacturing and projector installation experience.  The 928 design clears the mystery and simplifies the procedures required for a successful projector art lighting installation that can now be performed by a qualified electrical contractor.

The 928 Framing Projector includes precision machined components and polished optical lenses exceeding lighting industry standards.  The energy efficient and compact optical system is the leading choice by art lighting designers for delivering a uniform art illumination from a small framing projector.  The 928 Projector includes variable optics that are easily field selected to meet  specific art lighting requirements with light beam spreads ranging from 16° to 80°.  Light is framed to follow the contour of paintings by adjusting shutters.  Shutters are independently locked into position for continual art lighting performance.  An accessory light mask kit is available for field cutting a brass shim light mask plate to any shaped opening including general sculptural form without intricacy.  An art lighting specialist is not required for installation of the 928 framing projector.

Four models are available providing different methods to install the fixture.  928B is a beam mount art lighting framing projector that can also be wall mounted.  928C is a canopy mount framing projector for art lighting with the transformer inside the fixtures yoke.  928M is a more compact monopoint mount art illumination framing projector where the transformer is positioned inside a junction box.  928T is a track mount framing projector providing lighting flexibility for revolving art collections for lighting installed onto a ceiling mounted track.

Some surface mount art accent lighting applications include, lighting rectilinear art from medium distances and illuminating general sculptural form.  Illuminating large paintings or lighting art positioned close to a ceiling may require multiple projectors.