Louvered commercial lighting bollard

TLED-ELB LED louvered commercial lighting bollard utilizes LED technology to deliver uniform illumination and low glare due to its optical design.

09/15/2016


TLED-ELB LED louvered commercial lighting bollard utilizes LED technology to deliver uniform illumination and low glare due to its optical design. Courtesy: BarronBarron's TLED-ELB LED louvered commercial lighting bollard uses LED technology to deliver uniform illumination and low glare due to its optical design. The bollard is constructed of extruded aluminum housing with a UV resistant powder coat finish to protect against the elements. It comes standard with 10 kV surge protector and is secured with tamper-proof hardware. The LED engine is designed to deliver about 1,000 lumen. This bollard is UL listed for wet applications and is built with a reinforced internal structure to withstand maximum abuse. The TLED-ELB bollards are suited for applications such as lighting pedestrian walkways, retail entryways, lighting sidewalks around schools, medical complexes, office buildings, and multi-family properties.

Barron

www.BarronLTG.com



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