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High-Output LED Post Top Lamps Line Expanded - MaxLite - Facility Management Product Release
MaxLite has expanded its line of LED Post Top Lamps with higher output models designed to replace 125- to 175-watt metal halide sources in enclosed outdoor lighting fixtures.
Designed for use in post top luminaires with an E39 socket, such as acorn fixtures, the 30- and 50-watt retrofit lamps deliver respective outputs of 3,000 and 5,000 lumens with an omnidirectional beam that creates ample and even illumination. The new models are DesignLights Consortium (DLC) listed and eligible for utility rebate programs, making the lamps an economical choice for upgrading post top luminaires in parks, streets, campuses, airports and retail centers to more energy efficient lighting. Available in 3000K and 5000K color temperatures, the lamps save more than 70 percent in energy and operating costs over conventional light sources and feature a maintenance-free lifetime of 50,000 hours.
MaxLite LED Post Top Lamps are suitable for use in both dry and damp locations with ambient temperatures ranging from minus 20 degrees to 140 degrees Fahrenheit. The line of specialty outdoor lamps also includes 50-, 75- and 100-watt equivalents for use in lower wattage fixtures, such as bollards and globes. All lamps are backed by MaxLite’s five-year limited warranty and lifetime product support.
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