LED head luminaries

LNH2 luminaries can be used in security areas, storage yards, loading, and receiving areas and rural residences.

10/10/2014


American Electric Lighting's LNH2 luminaries convert existing high-intensity discharge (HID) security lighting systems to LED. LNH2 luminaries provide a 60% energy reduction and improve visibility by supplying high-efficient white light. LNH2 luminaries are available in 1800, 2500, 3300, 4200, and 5800 lumens with several optics, including open bottom acrylic, no acrylic refractor, or no acrylic refractor-zero uplight. LNH2 luminaries come with optional 10- or 20-year rated solid-state photocontrols and a 3, 5, or 7-pin photocontrol receptacle. Suggested applications include security areas, storage yards, loading, and receiving areas. 

American Electric Lighting

www.americanelectriclighting.com



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