fnPrime


You Might Like
On FacilitiesNet

« Back to Facilities Management News Home

« Lighting

Exterior LED and Improved Functionality


Bartco Lighting introduces the Fathom Series, which includes eight clean, sleek, contemporary low-profile, remote- and integral-driven, linear LED luminaires that perform in wet outdoor locations.

The Fathom Series is compatible with wet locations, performing well in outdoor environments. It achieves a UL Wet Rating in an entirely new way from its industry predecessors by exploiting the full capabilities of wet rated components on the interior of the luminaire, thus eliminating the need for unsightly sealing hardware.

The Fathom Series is ideal for highlighting and outlining architectural elements, façade lighting, exterior soffits and porte cochere. The LED luminaires come in 3000K, 3500K, and 4000K within a three-step MacAdam ellipse for exceptional lighting with a high 80+ CRI.

The LED luminaires are available in a variety of different shapes, sizes and wattages to provide many options for architects and lighting designers. Nominal lengths of 2- through 8-foot single fixtures have an 18-gauge wiring harness for 6 Amp maximum load for continuous runs. A standard integral 120-277-volt driver is offered with 0-10-volt dimming and non-dimming options.

The Fathom Series is constructed of a durable extruded aluminum housing capped by either flat or three-sided basket lenses that produce wide distributions of diffuse illumination. The fixtures are available in a variety of widths. For aesthetic appeal, the fixtures have rounded and rectangular aluminum end caps and come in a variety of finishes, including semi-matte architectural white, semi-gloss white, semi-matte black, matte black, environmental satin silver, bronze, and primer.

Made in the U.S., Fathom is UL and C-UL listed for wet locations. The IBEW manufactured and assembled fixtures are covered with a limited five-year warranty.





Contact FacilitiesNet Editorial Staff »   posted on: 11/29/2018


More From 11/29/2018 on FacilitiesNet