Canopy luminaire

MaxLite’s Induction Canopy Luminaire is IP43-rated and has an induction fixture mounts to electrical boxes or directly to surfaces along with a lamp life of 100,000 hours.

10/06/2013


MaxLite’s Induction Canopy Luminaire is IP43-rated and has an induction fixture mounts to electrical boxes or directly to surfaces along with a lamp life of 100,000 hours. Courtesy: MaxLiteMaxLite’s Induction Canopy Luminaire has a lamp life of 100,000 hours and requires no electrodes for operation. MaxLite’s induction fixture mounts to electrical boxes or directly to surfaces. The IP43-rated fixture is constructed with a die cast, one piece, aluminum body and a shatter- and UV-resistant polycarbonate lens that is sealed and protected against large solid objects and sprays of water. The 40 W model delivers 2800 lumens and replaces up to a 175 W metal halide fixture, while the 80 W model delivers 6400 lumens and replaces up to a 250 W metal halide fixture. The 5000 K correlated color temperature (CCT) fixture offers high output and high efficacy while using a circular-shaped induction light source. MaxLite's Induction Canopy Luminaire is engineered with a self-contained generator  and operates on 120 to 277 V electrical systems. 

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