Lumen packages for LED Wallpack

Hubbell Lighting's Laredo Southwest Series adds two lumen packages to the LED Wallpack series.

04/16/2012


Hubbell Lighting Inc.’s Laredo Southwest Series adds two powerful lumen packages to the company’s recently launched Laredo LNC Compact LED Wallpack offering. Designed for perimeter illumination, the Laredo LNC Architectural LED Wallpack is available in three versatile lumens packages of 850, 1147, and 1460 lumen. The Laredo LNC 7L produces 1147 lumens at only 16 W, and the Laredo LNC 9L produces higher performance at 1460 lumens while consuming only 20 W of energy. Both lumen packages are available with a 5000 K/70 CRI Type III and Type IV distribution to provide a wide lateral spread. Featuring a 4 to 1 spacing to mounting height ratio, the Laredo LNC requires fewer fixtures to deliver a low-energy, long-life ambient lighting solution for safety and security to any facility. 

Hubbell Lighting Inc. 

www.hubbelloutdoor.com



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