Acuity Brands Introduces Highly Configurable, Energy Efficient D-Series LED Flood Luminaires from Lithonia Lighting

D-Series LED Flood luminaires offer more than 120 performance solutions, including a variety of lumen packages, mounting options and color temperatures for customized applications.

Lithonia Lighting D Series Flood Family Acuity Brands introduces the D-Series LED Flood luminaires from Lithonia Lighting. This highly configurable family of LED luminaires for outdoor lighting applications is designed to replace 50W to 400W metal halide floodlights for significant energy savings. Specifically, the D-Series Flood Size 3 can save 73 percent in energy costs over 400W metal halides.

D-Series LED Flood luminaires feature advanced chip-on-board technology and reflector optics to create a controlled beam of light. Delivering between 3,675 to 13,750 lumens, the D-Series floodlights have an expected service life of more than 100,000 hours, or more than 20 years of nighttime use. They also maintain up to 84 percent of initial lumens throughout the duration of the product’s life.

“D-Series LED Flood luminaires offer the complete solution for flood lighting,” Brad Dobbs, Value Stream Manager, Lithonia Lighting, Outdoor. “These highly configurable luminaires allow users to customize their flood lighting through multiple lumen packages, optical distributions, mounting options and sizes – all while providing substantial energy savings.”

The D-Series LED Flood luminaires are available in three sizes with seven optical distributions and can be ordered in 3000K, 4000K and 5000K color temperatures. An array of mounting options also allow for flexible aiming methods for any application.

Sleek and compact, the D-Series LED Flood family is significantly smaller when compared to traditional counterparts. Offering a smaller footprint without sacrificing lumen output, the D-Series family blends into the environment it illuminates, creating a dramatic impact with minimal presence.

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