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Classic Nostalgic Utilitarian Style Epitomized by WAC Lighting's new Wyandotte LED Pendant




Port Washington, New York – Classic utilitarian styling with a nostalgic feeling is captured with WAC Lighting's new, timeless Wyandotte pendant, which is destined to become a staple amongst early electric reproduction luminaires.  Wyandotte features a handsome industrial design with authentic metal hardware details for a kitchen, foyer or above a pool table.
 
Designed specifically with WAC’s proprietary LED technology for optimal brightness, efficacy and robust operation, Wyandotte works with a 12-volt system and offers 385 lumens, a 3000K temperature and a CRI (color rendering index) of 85.
 
The shade color is offered in Antique Bronze or Brushed Nickel, while the hardware is available in Brushed Nickel, Chrome and Dark Bronze finishes.
 
Wyandotte can be adjusted to a variety of heights using WAC’s Quick Adjust™ Canopy, which operates with a sturdy aircraft cable that can be custom shortened by hand in the field.
 
Quick Connect™ pendants can be used with a system adapter to operate with WAC’s variety of track, rail and canopy systems, as well as other track systems used throughout the industry.
 
For nearly 30 years WAC Lighting has been driving innovation.  A vertically integrated engineering and manufacturing leader, WAC has optimized LED designs in Task lighting, Recessed Lighting, and Track and Display lighting.   Countless hours have been invested in in-house testing, research and development, honing principles of thermal engineering, and optical designs for the absolute best in LED lighting. This commitment to excellence is what one should come to expect from a Responsible Lighting Company.
 
WAC Lighting Global Headquarters is located in Port Washington, New York, with Factories in New York and in Ontario, California.  WAC can be reached by phone at 1.800.526.2588 or by visiting www.waclighting.com.





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