LED Wallpack

Hubbell Lighting has expanded their NRG 300B Series with a 15 W LED Wallback selection, which features a 10 LED system that delivers 635 lumens at 5000 K.

10/17/2011


Hubbell Lighting Inc. has expanded the NRG 300B Series with a 15 W LED Wallpack. The LED perimeter lighting option is an upgrade from CFL systems and features a 10 LED system that delivers 635 lumens at 5000 K. The battery life for the LED Wallpack is 50,000 hours, providing a low-energy ambient lighting solution. The Wallpack is designed for entry or perimeter security lighting applications for commercial buildings, shopping centers, and other facilities. The unit, which comes with a 5-year warranty, is available with or without photocontrol and features a noncutoff refractor that fills the surrounding area with illumination. The Wallpack has a 0.5-in. bottom knockout for surface conduit wiring to make it safer for the user.



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