WEST CALDWELL, N.J. (August 19, 2016) – MaxLite has expanded its line of LED Post Top Lamps with higher output models designed to replace 125- to 175-watt metal halide sources in enclosed outdoor lighting fixtures.
Designed for use in post top luminaires with an E39 socket, such as acorn fixtures, the 30- and 50-watt retrofit lamps deliver respective outputs of 3,000 and 5,000 lumens with an omnidirectional beam that creates ample and even illumination. The new models are DesignLights Consortium (DLC) listed and eligible for utility rebate programs, making the lamps an economical choice for upgrading post top luminaires in parks, streets, campuses, airports and retail centers to more energy efficient lighting. Available in 3000K and 5000K color temperatures, the lamps save more than 70 percent in energy and operating costs over conventional light sources and feature a maintenance-free lifetime of 50,000 hours.
MaxLite LED Post Top Lamps are suitable for use in both dry and damp locations with ambient temperatures ranging from minus 20 degrees to 140 degrees Fahrenheit. The line of specialty outdoor lamps also includes 50-, 75- and 100-watt equivalents for use in lower wattage fixtures, such as bollards and globes. All lamps are backed by MaxLite’s five-year limited warranty and lifetime product support.
View complete product specifications at http://www.greenelectricalsupply.com/maxlite-30-watt-5000k-120-277v-led-corn-cob-post-top-retrofit.aspx
WEST CALDWELL, N.J. (June 25, 2015) – Designed to create a complete UL-listed fixture by the most economical means, MaxLite introduces the Lamp Ready Fixture Series as a companion to its line of LED Linear T8 replacement lamps.
Lamp Ready fixtures enable installers to avoid bypassing the ballast and adopt the energy-saving benefits of LED technology while keeping the UL-listing of the product intact. The Lamp Ready series was developed in response to a strong market demand for a new construction housing that is UL-listed specifically for LED replacement lamps that do not need a ballast. The UL certification mark indicates the product has been tested to meet globally accepted standards of product safety set forth by Underwriters Laboratories, in pairing an internally driven LED lamp with a dedicated new construction housing. In addition to simplifying the upgrade process for the contractor, the fixtures offer ease of maintenance and peace of mind for the end-user, who is able to continue to re-lamp the housings with MaxLite brand LED T8 lamps with the certainty that the combined lamp and housing are still UL-listed.
MaxLite launches the Lamp Ready series with Vapor Tight, Utility Strip and Linear Highbay fixtures. Additional models will join the line-up later this year. The fixtures are compatible with MaxLite’s internal driver LED T8 replacement lamps, and come pre-wired for contractor-ready installation as new or remodel fixtures.
“Contractors are often faced with fluorescent fixtures of varying ages and conditions on a job that must be either modified, or replaced, to comply to UL and building code standards,” said MaxLite Indoor Product Marketing Director Pat Treadway. “We found that many MROs were avoiding the adoption of LED T8 lamps because they were uncertain whether bypassing a ballast keeps the original UL product listing intact. Our new Lamp Ready Series was designed to remove that barrier by introducing a low-cost, complete fixture solution that is an easy choice over a modified fluorescent fixture that may not be UL-listed for LED use.”
Engineered to stand up to the harshest environments, the IP-65-rated Vapor Tight Lamp Ready fixture is constructed with a vapor tight housing that protects the light source against water and dirt, making it the perfect replacement for less efficient fluorescent strip lights in car wash operations, airports, tunnels, maintenance areas, parking garages and stairwells. Available in two- and three-lamp models, the fixture is designed with a transparent diffuser that supports maximum lumen output. The Lamp Ready Vapor Tight can be mounted to walls or ceilings with the provided hardware, or suspended from ceilings using a cable kit.
When combined with MaxLite brand LED T8 lamps, the Linear Highbay offers superior light output for commercial and industrial highbay and lowbay installations, assembly, warehouse, and general lighting applications. Available in four-, six- and eight-lamp versions, the fixture is constructed of the same durable steel as MaxLite’s commercial- and industrial-grade BayMAX LED Linear Highbays and works with the optional doors, wire guards and lenses from that product line.
The Lamp Ready Utility Strip features a compact, low profile design perfect for task and general lighting in residential, commercial or industrial projects. Available in one- and two-lamp housings, the strips can be mounted flush or suspended. Multiple end, side and rear knockouts enable the fixtures to be wired through and mounted in rows. They also accommodate an occupancy sensor for additional energy savings.
MaxLite’s LED BR and Omni A19 Lamps Qualify for Lighting Design Lab’s LED Products List and Northwest Utility Rebates
MaxLite®, a leading global manufacturer and marketer of innovative LED luminaires and lamps, announced today that sixteen LED BR and Omni A19 Lamps are now listed on the Lighting Design Lab’s (LDL) interim qualified products list. The 10- and 13-watt LED BR lamps and seven-, 10- and 15-watt Omnidirectional A19 lamps will qualify for rebates for one year by most utility companies in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States, which includes Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Utah and Alaska. The LDL qualifies LED products while they are being reviewed by ENERGY STAR® or DesignLights Consortium® (DLC). Products on the LDL list are certified to meet ENERGY STAR or DLC specs, except lumen maintenance, and are listed for up to one year.
“Lighting Design Lab is a highly respected education and demonstration organization that provides professional consultations and guidance on the latest energy-efficient lighting products available to our customers in the Pacific Northwest,” said MaxLite’s Vice President of Product Marketing and Engineering Pat Treadway. “We are proud to announce our inclusion on the Lighting Design Lab LED Qualified Product List, which supports our commitment to high-quality LED products.”
The highly efficient LED BR30 and BR40 lamps have a solid aluminum housing that ensures thermal heat protection and offer a smooth, exterior reflector that conceals the LEDs and replicates the aesthetically pleasing design of an incandescent. The 10-watt BR30 and 13-watt BR40 model replace up to 65- and 90-watt incandescent flood lights, respectively. The LED BR lamps provide efficient general lighting in track, display and recessed fixtures for architectural, residential, retail, office and hospitality applications for a long L70-rated lifetime of 25,000 hours. Visit http://www.maxlite.com/datasheet/10w-br30 to download the 10-watt BR30 data sheet, or http://www.maxlite.com/datasheet/13w-br40 to download a data sheet for the 13-watt BR40.
The most versatile light source in the market, MaxLite’s LED Omnidirectional A19 lamp replicates a true A19 incandescent lamp with a 300-degree beam angle that produces even light from the socket base and above in all directions. Available in standard Edison or GU24 bases, the seven-, 10- and 15-watt lamps replace 40-, 60- and 75-watt incandescents, respectively. The LED lamps are ideal for table and floor lamps, ceiling fixtures, sconces and pendants in residential and commercial applications. Visit the Omni product page at http://www.maxlite.com/products/led-omnidirectional-a19-lamp.
MaxLite’s Omni A19 and BR lamps are available in 2700K, 3000K and 4100K CCTs.
For high-resolution images, please visit http://www.maxlite.com/PDFs/PR/PRkit/ML_BR30_Omnis.jpg.zip.
MaxLite’s Small LED Flood Lights Replace Quartz Halogen and Metal Halide Fixtures for Variety of Lighting Applications
Designed as energy-saving replacements for 100-watt quartz halogen through 175-watt metal halide fixtures, MaxLite® introduces its second generation Small LED Flood Lights offered in 15-, 25- and 45-watt styles. Qualified by DesignLights Consortium® (DLC), the upgraded Small LED Flood Lights create bright, shadow-free security and general lighting when illuminating façades, landscapes, parking areas and displays in hospitality, public places, office buildings, shopping plazas, apartment complexes, schools, healthcare facilities and other commercial properties.
“While increasing the quantity of LEDs in each of our three upgraded Small Flood Light models, we reduced wattages and increased efficacies to increase energy savings,” said MaxLite’s Vice President of Product Marketing and Engineering Pat Treadway. “Each fixture delivers more lumens per watt while reducing the consumed wattage, thus further expediting the time to reach full ROI.”
Available in a 5000K-correlated color temperature (CCT), the Small LED Flood Lights deliver outputs up to 3620 lumens and 90 lumens per watt. Copper-plated LED modules provide a high thermal transfer rate, minimizing the junction temperature of the LEDS, increasing their life and output and thus maximizing energy savings. Available with a traditional wide beam angle, the fixtures are made with a tempered glass lens featuring a black ceramic paint frit that is designed to reduce glare and improve their appearance.
The Small LED Flood Lights are constructed with a heavy duty, cast aluminum two-piece housing that is polyester powder-coated for durability, rust and corrosion resistance, and are IP65-rated to prevent ingress of water, dust and insects. An optional polycarbonate lens is available.
The fixtures operate on 120- to 277-volt electrical systems and mount at a wide range of angles with its yoke style arm featuring a half-inch National Pipe Thread (NPT) relief fitting for easy installation. The Small LED Flood Lights are compatible with mechanical relay type photocell and occupancy sensors. The fixtures range in size from 3.4-inches tall by 4.5-inches wide to the 7.6-inch by 8.9-inch model.
MaxLite’s other DLC-qualified LED products include RKT Retrofit Kits, Floods and High Output Floods, Area Lights, High Mount Area Lights, Parking Garage Canopy Luminaires and Full Cutoff Wall Packs.
MaxLite’s LED BayMAX High/Low Bay Retrofit Lamp Receives “Darn Good Products” Award by Maintenance Solutions Magazine
MaxLite®, a global manufacturer and marketer of energy efficient lighting, announces that its LED BayMAX High/Low Bay Retrofit Lamp has received a 2013 “Darn Good Products Award” from Maintenance Solutions magazine. The award was based on an editorial product spotlight in the January issue of the magazine that described the many features and benefits of the energy efficient light source. MaxLite’s compact and lightweight LED BayMAX High/Low Bay Retrofit Lamp is showcased in a special awards section in the July issue of the magazine, which can be viewed here.
“We are proud that our LED BayMAX High/Low Bay Retrofit Lamp was voted as a ‘Darn Good Product’ by leading facility engineering and maintenance professionals,” said MaxLite Executive Vice President Thomas Rhee. “The magazine provides testimony that our lamp is designed for quicker conversions to LED technology in existing mogul-base HID and incandescent lighting fixtures while using proprietary binned LED chips for uniform color consistency.”
The LED lamp is ideal for low bay and high bay applications in religious houses, gymnasiums, auditoriums, automobile showrooms, refrigerated storage spaces and other areas where changing lamps is difficult or disruptive to operations.
The 43-watt LED lamp, which replaces a 100-watt HID light source, is designed with an oscillating diaphragm that accelerates the transfer of heat away from the LEDs. Constructed with polycarbonate optics and a die-cast magnesium alloy heat sink that enables cool operation, the LED lamp delivers a high lumen output and a crisp, white 5000K correlated color temperature (CCT) light with an 80-degree beam spread.
MaxLite®, a global marketer and manufacturer of energy efficient lighting and lamps, has developed a complete line of energy efficient lighting solutions for pedestrian areas of sports venues and entertainment arenas.
Ideal for illuminating tunnels and corridors in venues, MaxLite’s 40-watt LED Wall Packs replace 175-watt metal halide fixtures while the 60-watt LED Canopy Lights replace inefficient 250-watt metal halide fixtures. Team players and cheerleaders easily navigate through the well-lit stadium tunnels from the locker rooms and the main facility to the fields. In addition, optimal lighting enables stadium employees to use the tunnels to access maintenance rooms and entrances to the truck bays while members of the press travel through the illuminated tunnels to reach the media rooms without a hitch.
“MaxLite is able to light entire facilities, inside and out, at entertainment and concert venues, baseball parks, football stadium and city walks,” said MaxLite’s Vice President of Product Marketing and Engineering Pat Treadway. “Additionally, these products can be purchased through MaxLite and financed in large part through utility rebates of up to $250 per fixture nationwide.”
MaxLite’s full-cutoff LED 40-watt Wall Packs are DesignLights™ Consortium (DLC)-qualified and designed and engineered as maintenance free, energy efficient alternatives to traditional 175-watt metal halide lighting fixtures. These full cutoff LED Wall Packs eliminate upward illumination while delivering over 3,000 lumens to effectively illuminate walkways and corridors.
MaxLite’s energy efficient LED Ceiling Canopy Fixtures promote uncompromising safety and security with a full flood beam angle and deliver excellent light and continuous energy savings.
Both LED Wall Packs and Ceiling Canopy Fixtures offer a 5000K (daylight) correlated color temperature (CCT) with a maximum brightness and a long life of 50,000 hours, and are backed by MaxLite’s five-year limited warranty. These lightweight fixtures can be installed quickly and conveniently, in 30 minutes or less per fixture, while saving significant energy and maintenance costs.
Bmore Green, a full-service renewable energy company based in Maryland, installed MaxLite fixtures at a local sports stadium, which are depicted at http://www.maxlite.com/PDFs/PR/PRkit/MaxLite_Stadium.zip. In this Maryland venue installation, the facility replaced 73 240-watt metal halide wall packs with an equal amount of MaxLite’s 40-watt LED Wall Packs. In a one-for-one replacement, the facility also replaced 60 400-watt metal halide canopy fixtures with 70-watt canopy fixtures. The LED fixtures will save almost two million kWh of energy and $285,375 in energy and maintenance costs throughout the life of the fixtures. Additionally, the fixtures were purchased with a $250 per fixture rebate through Pepco, for an additional savings of $33,250 in upfront costs.
Other MaxLite products available for venue lighting include: LED and fluorescent vapor tight fixtures for parking garages and tunnels; high output LED flood, area and roadway street lights for outdoor parking lots, pathways and arena illumination; indoor LED and CFL fixtures and lamps to illuminate offices, lobbies and other interior spaces; and T5 and T8 linear fluorescent fixtures and lamps for a variety of interior and exterior environments.
MaxLite®, a leading manufacturer and marketer of innovative, energy efficient LED lamps and fixtures, announces the addition of its seven-watt LED Omnidirectional A19 Lamp to the company’s extensive list of ENERGY STAR® qualified products. The fully dimmable lamp is a highly versatile, energy efficient light source that features outstanding efficacy and lumen life maintenance, and was developed for operation with bath bars, desk and table lamps, chandeliers, pendants and sconces.
“Our seven-watt LED Omni A19 Lamp is the latest addition to the prestigious Energy Star list of lighting products,” said MaxLite’s Vice President of Product Marketing and Engineering Pat Treadway. “This new model is a versatile light source that creates soft ambient lighting for a variety of fixtures and portables.”
MaxLite’s seven-watt LED Omni A19 Lamp replaces a 40-watt incandescent bulb and yields more than 80 percent savings in energy throughout its L70-rated lifetime of 35,000 hours. The ENERGY STAR-qualified 3000K correlated color temperature (CCT) lamp is also available in 2700K and replicates an incandescent lamp’s 300-degree beam angle that delivers consistent light from the socket base and above in all directions. MaxLite’s LED Omnidirectional A19 Lamp is dimmable down to 10 percent on a wide variety of dimming control systems.
The LED lamp is offered in a standard medium base, which enables convenient screw-in as well as GU24-base installation into existing lamps and fixtures that are used for both residential and commercial applications.
The lamp incorporates a multi-layered smooth and tapered heat sink that maximizes lumen maintenance with LEDs that are strictly matched for color quality and consistency.
MaxLite’s other ENERGY STAR-qualified lamps include LED A-Types, BRs, globes, MR16s, PARs and candle styles, and CFLs including spirals and covered A-types and PARs.
See http://www.maxlite.com/PDFs/PR/PRkit/ML_LED7WOmniBulb.jpg.zip for high-resolution images andhttp://www.maxlite.com/PDFs/DataSheets/OmniA19.ds.pdf for a product sheet.
MaxLite®, a global marketer and manufacturer of energy efficient LED lamps and fixtures, announced that its ENERGY STAR®-rated LED Round Flat Panel Pendant has won appliance DESIGN’s 2013 Excellence in Design Award. The winning design was selected by an independent panel of design experts on the basis of creativity, ease of use, and visual appeal and is profiled in the June issue of appliance DESIGN Magazine and posted on http://www.appliancedesign.com/eid.
"Appliance DESIGN is a leading magazine for commercial and consumer markets worldwide and its Excellence in Design Awards are considered the gold standards of the industry," said Executive Vice President for MaxLite Thomas Rhee. "Our LED Round Pendant is generating a great deal of excitement and we are proud to offer this innovative product to the appliance market segment."
The award-winning LED Round Flat Panel Pendant can be cable-hung or surface mounted easily in offices, hospitality and retail environments, as well as other spaces that demand sophisticated lighting. The energy-conserving, 45-watt pendant, with a thin profile that is less than three inches, has a 24-inch round shape that traditional technologies cannot create. The contemporary pendant features a high lumen output and efficacy, and is designed with an integral driver for simple installation. Available in warm and cooler LED color temperatures, the fixture operates on 100- to 277-volt systems with full-range dimming capabilities and can be used with building control, motion sensor and daylight harvesting systems for additional savings. Proprietary binned LED chips, combined with the micro-surface optic incorporated diffuser, reduce glare and deliver even, shadow-free light distribution, and accurate color rendering. Constructed with a molded, enclosed housing and back panel, the pendant is offered in white or black architectural gloss finishes to complement any interior décor.
MaxLite's ENERGY STAR-rated LED Round Flat Panel Pendant also received Architectural SSL's 2013 Product Innovation Award (PIA) and Lighting for Tomorrow's Honorable Mention in the 2012 Solid-State Lighting (SSL) Residential Lighting Products Design Competition.
West Caldwell, New Jersey – Continuing to expand its line of energy efficient lighting for outdoor applications, MaxLite® announces the addition of its LED Flood Lights to the DesignLights™ Consortium (DLC) Qualified Products List (QPL). Part of the company’s award-winning MaxLED® line of innovative LED luminaires and lamps, the LED Flood Lights, which are replacements for up to 400-watt metal halide and high-pressure sodium outdoor lighting fixtures in the commercial and industrial communities, qualify for national rebates of up to $250.
“The addition of our LED Flood Lights to the DLC list is a testament to the high quality and energy efficiency of these outdoor lighting fixtures,” said Pat Treadway, vice president of product marketing and engineering for MaxLite. “These fixtures incorporate our patent pending optic and thermal technology which creates highly controlled beam types while increasing life and performance by effectively transferring heat from the LEDs.”
The 70-, 100- and 140-watt fixtures replace 250-, 320- and 400-watt metal halide fixtures while delivering up to 9,600 lumens. The LED Flood Lights operate with a universal integral driver on electrical systems ranging from 120 to 277 volts. All fixtures are available in 5000K (daylight) correlated color temperature (CCT) and are available in National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) 5’x5’ or 7’x7’ distributions. The patent pending MaxFOCUS™ light collimator and thermal pressure plate narrows and focuses light to achieve tight cutoff light levels, while reducing operational temperatures through improved thermal transfer.
The IP65-rated and sealed fixtures are constructed with tempered glass lens and heavy-duty cast aluminum, one-piece housings that are polyester powder coated for durability. The crisp white light is enhanced with the black ceramic frit on tempered glass that reduces glare and improves the overall light finish. Multiple arms and mounting accessories are available.
MaxLite has a full line of outdoor DLC-qualified LED fixtures, including High Output LED Floods, LED Area Lights, High Mount Area Lights, Parking Garage Canopy Luminaires and Full Cutoff LED Wall Packs.
MaxLite Works with Progress Energy Carolinas to Provide Energy-Efficient CFLs to Habitat for Humanity ReStores
West Caldwell, New Jersey – MaxLite is helping Habitat ReStore customers in the Carolinas save energy and money through an innovative program by Progress Energy Carolinas that provides ENERGY STAR® qualified compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) to customers at greatly discounted prices. The bulbs are discounted through Progress Energy Carolina’s Energy-Efficient Lighting program and then gifted to the stores. MaxLite is also partnering with utilities and Habitat ReStores in other select areas of the nation as well.
“We are proud to work with Progress Energy Carolinas to offer substantially discounted CFLs for the consumer,” explained Utility Solutions Program Manager for MaxLite Joe Pater. “Habitat ReStores are doing an excellent job of marketing these energy-efficient light bulbs to their customers, and as a result, we are providing energy-saving lighting at affordable prices to consumers, to support a great cause.”
Progress Energy Carolina’s Energy Efficient Lighting program provides product discounts that enable the Habitat ReStores to offer a MaxLite four-pack of 13-watt CFLs for only $1.50. The product’s actual retail value ranges from $7 to $8. In addition, a 13-watt CFL, which is equivalent to a 60-watt incandescent bulb, saves $7.72 per year in energy costs, based on usage of three hours per day, seven days a week. The bulbs are sold at Habitat ReStores located throughout the Carolinas, and the proceeds benefit Habitat for Humanity in North and South Carolina.
The Habitat ReStore in Aberdeen, North Carolina, is experiencing tremendous success with MaxLite’s CFLs. “MaxLite lamps are provided to us through Habitat International and we sell them through our stores directly to consumers,” explains Yvette McCormick, Manager of the Aberdeen Habitat ReStore. “Our proceeds benefit Habitat for Humanity of North Carolina Sandhills, the affiliate that works with construction volunteers to build homes for people in need in the local area.
“The MaxLite bulbs are flying out of the store,” continued McCormick. “Our first order of 250 four-packs sold out in one day and a half and the second shipment sold equally as fast; we doubled the third shipment and those bulbs are nearly gone. Our customers had an initial trepidation that 13-watt CFLs were not bright enough, however, everyone loves the quality, the reduced price and the long life.”
The Habitat ReStore in Asheville, North Carolina, is experiencing a successful promotion as well. “In less than a week, we sold 250 four packs of 13-watt CFLS from MaxLite,” explained Jay Sloan, Donation Manager for the Asheville Habitat ReStore. “We sold another 350 units in less than two weeks and we will be selling 18-watt CFL packs soon. We are very thankful to MaxLite for putting the deal together with Progress Energy.”
MaxLite CFL four-packs are also available in Habitat ReStore locations throughout North Carolina, including: Asheville, Waynesville, Goldsboro, Pittsboro-Farrell, Pittsboro-West, Sanford, Cary, Oxford, Raleigh, Dunn, Wilmington, and Spruce Pine. In South Carolina, the bulbs are available in Florence, Hartsville and Sumter.
See http://www.maxlite.com/PDFs/PR/PRkit/MaxLite_HC13WW.zip for high-resolution images of MaxLite’s 13-watt CFL display and product image.
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