LED Street Lighting Fixtures deliver up to 23,000 lumens.
February 26, 2013 -
Offered in 30–240 W models, Merak™ LED Lighting Fixtures illuminate streets, roadways, pedestrian walkways, bikeways, and parking lots. Each model is available in
5,000 K CCT and 3 IES beam distribution types. Fixtures have die cast aluminum housing and high impact polycarbonate lenses that are sealed to ensure dust and waterproof operation. Operating from universal power supply of 100–277 V with no re-strike delay, street lights provide greater than 95% power factor at 277 V.
MaxLite Introduces Energy Efficient Merak LED Roadway Street Lighting Fixtures
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12 York Ave.
West Caldwell, NJ, 07006
Press release date: November 28, 2012
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West Caldwell, New Jersey – Offering street lighting with performance and style that fits into a broad range of outdoor environments, MaxLite® has introduced energy efficient Merak(TM) LED Roadway Street Lighting Fixtures for departments of transportation, utility providers, and municipality and interstate market segments.
This leading global manufacturer and marketer of the award-winning MaxLED® line of innovative LED luminaires and lamps has launched these new LED Roadway Streetlights to illuminate streets, roadways, pedestrian walkways, bikeways and parking lots in parks, corporate and school campuses and municipalities. The series is offered in 30- to 240-watt models that replace 70- to 500-watt high pressure sodium cobra head fixtures and deliver up to 23,300 lumens, to support main and ancillary streets. Additional wattages are available upon request. Each model is available in 5000K correlated color temperature (CCT) in three IES beam distribution types; other distributions are available as special order.
“Our inaugural series of Merak LED Roadway Street Lighting fixtures has opened up an entirely new market segment for MaxLite,” said Bill Fenimore, Director of Outdoor Lighting. “These LED fixtures can match the photometrics of standard high pressure sodium cobra head fixtures, while operating at a lower wattage, and meet or exceed the lumens produced by the incumbent technology.”
The fixture is constructed of a durable, die cast aluminum housing, and is available as a NEMA photocell-ready configuration. High impact polycarbonate lenses are sealed to ensure dust and waterproof operation, and cover the series of sustainable LED module arrays. Each LED module features an independent heat sink for optimal thermal management and ease of replacement. Stainless steel latches provide for toolless maintenance.
With greater than 95 percent power factor at 277 volts, the LED Street Lights operate using a universal power supply ranging from 100 to 277 volts with no re-strike delay. The LED Street Lights can be with used with a variety of controls and sensors for optimal efficiency.
The mast installation toggle can be adjusted from up to 20 degrees while the mast arm sleeve pivots from 0 to 90 degrees for precise aiming. The fixtures offer an EPDM bug and bird gasket at the mast access.
View the data sheet: http://www.maxlite.com/PDFs/DataSheets/MELR-ROADWAYLIGHT.ds.pdf
About MaxLite (www.maxlite.com)
Inheriting global manufacturing and marketing expertise that dates back to 1955, MaxLite was one of the first movers into LED technology in the industry. Committed to energy efficiency as an ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year, MaxLite established the MaxLED® brand, an extensive line of indoor and outdoor lighting fixtures featuring innovative LED luminaires and lamps using the latest state-of-the-art LED technology. Through MaxLite’s innovative research and development capabilities in its California office and product assembly center in New Jersey, MaxLite continues to be at the forefront of energy efficient technologies. For more information, call 800-555-5629, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or follow us at https://twitter.com/maxlitenewsroom.