Press Release Summary:
SuperwattÂ® lighting fixture delivers 3D performance, directing light to horizontal surfaces, vertical walls, shelves, machinery, and confined work areas. Each ballast controls two lamps. Superwatt Fluorescent luminaires can be switched to provide 25%, 50%, 75%, or 100% of total light output. Continuous dimming fluorescent lamp ballasts are available. System uses compact fluorescent lamp types in full, partial, or dimming operation.
Original Press Release:
Introducing The Superwatt® Fluorescent Fixture, 3D Lighting With A Full Range Of Features
(Christiansburg, Va.) Hubbell Lighting' s Superwatt® 3D lighting fixture is the luminaire that supplies instant- on start up, outstanding color, improved lumen maintenance and is dimmable all in one package.
With no warm up performance, the multiple compact fluorescent lamped Superwatt® fixture delivers 3D performance directing light not only to horizontal surfaces but to vertical walls, into shelves, machinery, and other confined work areas. The precisely engineered prism lens effectively lights an area, outside a workers glare zone and into spaces improving their performance in assembly, manufacturing and warehouse applications.
Greater light control is also available. Because each ballast controls two lamps the Superwatt® Fluorescent luminaire can be switched to provide 25%, 50%, 75% or 100% of total light output. Additionally, continuous dimming fluorescent lamp ballasts are available. In full, partial or dimming operation the system uses common compact fluorescent lamp types which may already be available in other fixtures within a facility or from a local electrical distributor.
For further information on Hubbell Lighting's complete line of engineered products, visit the company's web site at www.hubbelllighting.com.
Hubbell Lighting is a subsidiary of Hubbell Incorporated, an international manufacturer of quality electrical and electronic products for commercial, industrial, utility and special technology markets. The corporate headquarters is located in Orange, Connecticut.