LED striplights

Hubbell Lighting's LCR and LCL striplights can be used for narrow spaces and where a direct view of the LED source is not desired. Both LED striplights can be surface mounted or suspended.

11/04/2014


Hubbell Lighting's LCR and LCL striplights can be used for narrow spaces and where a direct view of the LED source is not desired. Courtesy: Hubbell LightingHubbell Lighting added LCR and LCL striplights to its Columbia Lighting brand. LCR is an industrial LED striplight that features reflectors for narrow distribution. It can be used in illuminating racks, aisles, narrow stacks, and low bay locations. LCR has efficacy up to 118 lumens per watt and four color temperatures from 3000K to 5000K. The striplight is constructed with heavy die-formed steel. LCL is an energy lensed striplight that can be used for illuminating back-of-house, stairwells, utility areas, storage or anywhere else that a direct view of the LED source is not desired. LCL is built with a formed acrylic lens to eliminate pixilation and reduce glare. Both LED striplights can be surface mounted or suspended.

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