Linear LED luminaire

Honeywell’s LED Vapor Tight is IP67 rated dustproof and waterproof and is designed for indoor and outdoor commercial lighting that requires 24/7 operation.

04/09/2013


Honeywell LED Vapor TightHoneywell’s LED Vapor Tight is IP67 rated dustproof and waterproof. It is designed for indoor and outdoor commercial lighting that requires 24/7 operation, making it useful for hard-to-reach and difficult maintenance areas. The LED Vapor Tight comes in multiple color temperatures for many applications and is built in a solid-state, modular construction with zero mercury. The LED Vapor Tight is designed with polarized end caps for easy, safe installation. It also has a 30-deg directional allocation of lighting for greater coverage. The LED Vapor Tight’s external LED drives for safety, heat dissipation, and longer life provide energy savings and reduced maintenance costs. 

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