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LED Luminaires operate in messy industrial environments.

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January 15, 2014 - Available in 2, 4, or 8 ft lengths, LXEM Enclosed and Gasketed Industrial Luminaires are constructed with F1 weatherability-rated fiberglass housing and non-porous gasket. Impact resistant modified lens selections include frosted linear ribbed acrylic lens, ribbed polycarbonate, or deep profile frost—all secured with tamper resistance-ready polycarbonate latches. Available in 5 lumens packages from 3,000–18,600 lm, luminaires offer color temperatures of 3,500, 4,000, and 5,000 K.

Columbia Lighting

701 Millennium Blvd., Greenville, SC, 29607, USA

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Columbia Lighting Launches the World's Most Versatile Enclosed/Gasketed LED Luminaires-LXEM

Press release date: January 14, 2014

Greenville, SC – Hubbell Lighting, a world leader in versatile lighting innovation, announced today the perfect energy efficient luminaire for messy industrial environments—Columbia Lighting’s LXEM LED Enclosed and Gasketed Fiberglass Industrial Luminaire. Built with design flexibility in mind, the LXEM is available in a wide range of lumen packages and offered in three different lengths—all in the same family.

Available in 2’, 4’, or 8’ lengths, the LXEM offers a variety of choices to efficiently illuminate industrial environments including wet locations, warehouses and food preparation areas. The rugged LXEM is constructed with an F1 weatherability rated fiberglass housing and the gasket is non-porous to ensure seal and reliability. Impact resistant modified lens selections include frosted linear ribbed acrylic lens (RFA), ribbed polycarbonate, or deep profile frost—all firmly secured with tamper resistance-ready polycarbonate latches. The smooth surface of the luminaire makes for quick and easy cleaning.

With a choice of three color temperatures (3500K, 4000K, and 5000K), the LXEM offers long-life 50,000 hour LEDs at L80 for significantly reduced maintenance. Variety and options continue with up to five available lumen packages—LW (Low Watt), ML (Medium Lumen), HL (High Lumen), VL (Very High Lumen), and XL (Xtra High Lumen)—ranging from 3,000 to 18,600 lumens. The standard LXEM operation temperature ranges between -40 degree Celsius to 25 degrees Celsius and the HT option allows the LXEM to operate between -40 and 40 degrees Celsius. Additionally, the LXEM provides an installed 1400 lumen emergency battery pack option.

The LXEM can be chain suspended or pendant mounted and the product includes surface mounting brackets. Equipped with Hubbell Lighting’s exclusive wiHUBB® technology preinstalled, wireless lighting controls are made easy. Occupancy and/ or daylight sensing accessories are also available.

Columbia Lighting stands by the high quality and reliability of its new LXEM by offering a five-year warranty. To learn more about Columbia Lighting’s new LXEM LED Enclosed and Gasketed Fiberglass Industrial Luminaire, please visit http://www.columbialighting.com/.  Also, follow Columbia Lighting on Twitter and Facebook.

About Hubbell Lighting
Hubbell Lighting is one of the largest lighting fixture manufacturers in North America. The company provides a full range of indoor and outdoor lighting products serving the commercial, industrial, institutional, and residential markets. Hubbell Lighting brands include Alera Lighting, Architectural Area Lighting, Beacon Products, Columbia Lighting, Compass Products, Devine Lighting, Dual-Lite, HomeStyle Lighting, Hubbell Building Automation, Hubbell Industrial Lighting, Hubbell Outdoor Lighting, Kim Lighting, Kurt Versen, Prescolite, Progress Lighting, Security Lighting, Spaulding Lighting, Sportsliter Solutions, Sterner Lighting Systems, Thomasville Lighting, and Whiteway. Hubbell Lighting: one name, distinctive brands, limitless lighting possibilities. For additional information, please visit www.hubbelllighting.com and follow Hubbell Lighting on YouTube, Twitter and Facebook.

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