Brightline Introduces cMe2 Compact Huddle Room Light

Brightline has introduced the cMe2 huddle room light, a compact LED fixture that delivers high-quality lighting for smaller work spaces where live or recorded video is needed.

Providing lifelike color reproduction for small video spaces, Brightline said the cMe2 offers high-output, high-color rendering video light with on-board dimming for quick level adjustments. The cMe2 features a black finish and includes a cover with black eggcrate louver and glare filter.

Each cMe2 ships with a credenza stand for quick setup that allows the fixture to be shared between rooms, as well as a wall mount bracket for more permanent installations. Two to three units can provide balanced lighting for small groups, while a single cMe2 can provide excellent lighting for an individual videoconferencing participant.

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