MaxLite Debuts 5 Energy Savers
- Mar 07, 2018
MaxLite—a manufacturer of both indoor and outdoor energy-efficient lighting products—has launched five new products.
The new MPulse Area Light is an energy-saving outdoor lighting solution which features a non-pixelated light source that creates uniform illumination with minimal glare. The IP-66-rated product delivers 120 lumens per watt and is also available in a wide range of packages. Featuring a die cast aluminum housing and tempered glass, the MPulse Area Light is available in the standard bronze, as well as in silver, black and white finishes.
MaxLite HP Series Pendant is a compact LED high-bay lighting solution. The product delivers 140 lumens per watt through a high-transmission, frosted polycarbonate diffuser. The HP Pedant measures less than 14 inches in diameter, with a five-inch profile and integrated sensors. The product delivers thermal management in ambient temperatures of up to 50 degrees Celsius. It also reduces energy consumption by more than 60 percent than normal installments. Available in 120-277 or 347-480 voltages, the pendant features a five-year limited warranty and 10-year option.
The Eco High Bay Linear is a cost-effective, remote-controlled LED solution made of galvanized steel housing and white electrostatic powder coat finish, which replaces both 8 T5HO fluorescent high bays or up to 1000W HID high bay fixtures. The product features L70 lumen maintenance of 50,000 hours and a V hook. With a 5-year limited warranty, the Eco High Bay features both standard mount and custom mounting options.
The LED Strip Retrofit kit includes 4- and 8-inch fluorescent strips and industrial fixtures. With a 5-year limited warranty, the kit features a l70-lumen maintenance of 50,000 hours.
Finally, the MaxLite Lamp Ready Track is a UL-listed track system which operates E26 and GU24 base LED bulbs. Accessories include the track, the connectors and the installation feeds. With a die-cast aluminum housing, the MaxLite Lamp Ready Track features a 5-year limited warranty on parts, materials and workmanship.
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