Industrial LED lighting

Honeywell’s energy-efficient industrial LED luminaires have a 50,000-hour operating life and meet IP67 ratings for dust and waterproof lighting requirements.

05/17/2013


Honeywell’s energy-efficient industrial LED luminaires have a 50,000-hour operating life and meet IP67 ratings for dust and waterproof lighting requirements. Courtesy: HoneywellHoneywell’s energy-efficient industrial LED luminaires—combining fixture, lamps, and external drivers—have a 50,000-hour operating life in a choice of 3500, 4100, and 5000 K color temperatures, providing the full spectrum of indoor/outdoor commercial and industrial lighting applications. With all models available in 48-in. lengths, these mercury-free, solid-state fixtures offer strip fixtures for high-intensity lighting application. They also offer surface wrap fixtures for diffused lighting applications and meet IP67 ratings for dust and waterproof lighting requirements, making them ideal for outdoor and wet locations. Other features include polarized end caps for safe installation and a solid-state, mercury-free construction. 

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