December 26, 2010
Lithonia Lighting offers 20 different linear fluorescent, HID and induction lighting products for food- and beverage-processing areas. One is the FHF high-pressure, hose-down fluorescent high-bay luminaire, which is suitable for non-conditioned storage, splash zone or cold-storage environments. The FHF fixture, with an IP65 rating, is certified for:
The FHF high bay
- Ambient temperatures from -20 to 104 degrees F.
- High-pressure, hose-down to 1,500 PSI
- NSF splash zone 2
Check out Lithonia Lighting’s comprehensive electronic brochure for a high-level overview of each product in the food-preparation line to identify which fixture is right for your environment.
December 21, 2010
Hydrel introduces the M9800 Series, which provides easy LED retrofitting for most all Hydrel flow-through in-grade luminaires. The M9800 Series allows Hydrel customers to keep existing housings in place and replace only the lamps and power modules for optimized LED energy performance.
M9800 LED In-Grade Retrofit
Combining underwater lighting technology with modular design, M9800 Series in-grade luminaires deliver industry-leading photometrics and watertight sealing, and need minimal maintenance. With 88-watt RGB or 84-watt monocrhomatic light engines, they are today’s most powerful architectural in-grades in the market.
December 18, 2010
Hospitality, offices, schools and retail spaces now have an LED alternative to outdoor, building-mounted lighting, allowing them to reduce energy and operating costs by as much as 62%.
Building-mounted ALX LED
The new Lithonia Lighting® ALX™ line of outdoor LED area luminaires combines the classic ALX family appearance with innovative technology. The building/wall-mounted ALXW model replaces HID fixtures one-for-one, meeting or exceeding recommended IES illumination levels and producing as much light as a typical 250-watt metal halide (HID) fixture. The ALXW also delivers improved optical uniformity and color rendering for architectural outdoor and pathway applications.
The ALXW’s long-lasting LED light source is designed to provide up to 50,000 hours rated life at maximum operating temperature, equating to 13 years of operation for a typical application.
December 16, 2010
Lithonia Lighting's new Security-LED
The promise of LED is now being met by new outdoor security floodlights from Lithonia Lighting. The high-performance fixture integrates long-life LED technology in an affordable, energy-saving lighting solution. Among the Security-LED benefits:
- Uses 78% less energy than a standard incandescent lamp (the average consumer can save as much as $1,012 over the life of the unit)
- 50,000 hours of maintenance-free illumination (for the average homeowner, that’s 11 years without replacing a lamp burning 12 hours/day)
- Bright, uniform light for safety and security
- Available with motion or dusk-to-dawn sensor, and in a 2- or 3-head configuration
- White or bronze finish
- Full five-year warranty
For more information, visit the Lithonia Lighting’s Security-LED Web site.
December 9, 2010
New Lithonia Lighting RTLEDs
Lithonia Lighting unveils two new configurations of its popular RTLED™ luminaire, a 1’x4’ model and a 2’x4’ model. These join a 2’x2’ luminaire in the RTLED series, providing customers with a complete and diverse LED lighting solution set for any ceiling configuration.
The RTLED family of volumetric recessed luminaires are factory-enabled with Acuity Brands’ nLight™ intelligent controls interface and deliver high-quality ambient white light for general illumination applications throughout an entire space. They also reduce energy consumption, maintenance costs and a building’s environmental footprint.
December 7, 2010
A new Acuity Brands white paper entitled, “High Bay Occupancy Sensors: Delivering Energy Savings and Fast Return on Investment,” is available from Sensor Switch.
The white paper, which can be downloaded here from www.sensorswitch.com, discusses typical high bay spaces (with ceiling heights above 18 feet) such as warehouses, distribution centers, production facilities and other industrial spaces, and the energy that’s wasted in lighting unoccupied areas. The paper also reveals energy-efficient lighting solutions that can reduce energy consumption and provide tremendous cost savings.