Hubbell Introduces ASL LED

November 24, 2015 By Carl Weinschenk

Hubbell ASLHubbell Outdoor Lighting has introduced the ASL LED luminaire. The LED, which is aimed at area, site or roadway use, replaces high-intensity discharge (HID) luminaires of up to 400 watts.

The company says that the ASL is 60 percent more efficient than legacy HIDs and is available in 8- , 16- or 24-LED configurations. High performance lenses producet photometric performances of 3,000 K, 4,000 K or 5,000 K CCT. IES Type II, III, IV and V lens distributions are field exchangeable and rotatable to 90 degree increments. The ASL offers tool-less entry to the wiring/driver compartment  and other features and options.

LED projects sometimes hit speedbumps. LED Inside reports that the Mississauga – the sixth largest city in Canada – miscalculated the funds necessary for an LED replacement project. Initially, $28 million (US $20.98 million) was budgeted. That was found to be insufficient to cover brighter LEDs in one-third of the areas, so $5.25 million in additional funding was granted, the story says.

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