Emerson has announced the LED version of its field-proven Appleton A-51 lighting fixture, a move that is said to save end-users as much as 80 percent on energy costs compared to the incandescent model.
The Emerson unit’s incandescent factory-seal luminaire is suitable for industrial lighting, providing safe illumination to workers in petrochemical processing, wastewater treatment centres, chemical plants and other areas classified as “hazardous” by the National Electrical Code where ignitable vapors, dust, moisture and corrosive environments may be present.
The new luminaries have an output range of 1,600 to 3,200 lumens to replace incandescent fixtures up to 300 W. The LED lamp’s long lifespan is 50,000 h or more.
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