1. How does the sawtooth act as a socket shadow reduction device?
The sawtooth is a reflector with a v-shaped, tooth-like cut-out positioned over top of the T5 fluorescent lamp. Smaller sawtooth pieces are provided for installation over the end of the lamps. The sawtooth shape spreads light evenly across the area where socket shadow would normally appear. With LED this is not necessary.
2. Can I get this fixture in 8ft or 12ft?
No, we sell the P series luminaires in 4' sections meant to be abutted end-to-end and through-wired to create rows in the field.
3. Didn't this used to be the B5 | arris5?
Yes, we moved it into the P series so all the "cove" fixtures are in the same series.
4. In which application is this fixture best utilized?
Applications include: cove, reverse cove, atrium, soffit.
Facilities include: corporate offices, libraries, schools and universities, government and municipal buildings, upscale hospitality and retail, healthcare and transportation facilities, cultural venues.