Lunera Intros Pathway and Entryway LED
Lunera has introduced the HID LED 360 lamp.
The lamp, the company says, is optimized for architectural post top fixtures that generally illuminate walking pathways and building entryways that often are found on campuses and in parks.
The HID LED 360 features a frosted cylindrical lens design that diffuses light and masks the LED components during the day. It uses half the energy of the lamps it generally replaces and has a 50,000-hour lifespan, according to the press release.
It is available with a mogul or medium base. There are four models that provide 8,200 lumens, 6,000 lumens, 5,400 lumens and 3,500 lumens. The former two operate at 90 watts and the latter two at 53 watts.
Last month, Lunera said that the U.S. General Services Administration’s Green Proving Ground program found that plug-and-play downlight lamps are good replacements for compact fluorescent lamps. Lunera lamps were used in the testing, the company said.
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