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Exterior LED Flood Light Enhances Safety


EarthTronics introduces a Traditional LED Wall Pack Series to provide exterior, wide-flood area illumination for commercial, industrial and municipal facilities.

Available in 50 and 75 watt with 4000K color of light, these fixtures provide 6,000 and 9,000 lumens, respectively. The 50 and 75 watt models are built in a standard size 14.2”x7.6”x9.3” aluminum alloy housing with a standard bolt pattern. The WPT-Series LED Traditional Style Wall Pack uses industry-leading LED chips and drivers to deliver a quality, energy saving lighting solution. The 4000K color temperature offers building managers the opportunity match existing HID lamps and to reduce the blue light spectrum often associated with higher color temperatures.

Each of the EarthTronics Adjustable Wall Packs accepts 100 – 277-volt AC power supply. The wall packs provide 120 lumens per watt and a high 80+ CRI for improved visual acuity and efficient performance. A dusk to dawn sensor is available and is easily added at the time of installation.

The design is built to withstand all climates and allows for an extreme temperature range, even operating down to -40 degrees C°, and is IP65 approved for outdoor wet applications. With rated life of 50,000 hours, the WPT wall pack series is designed for easy installation, directly fitting onto existing electrical boxes, making it the contractor's choice when replacing older high-pressure sodium and metal halide wall packs.

The EarthTronics Traditional LED Wall Packs are approved by the Design Lights Consortium (DLC). These fixtures may be accepted for utility rebates in many markets.

Contact FacilitiesNet Editorial Staff »   posted on: 8/16/2018


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