November 24, 2021
EarthTronics LED High Lumen Wattage & Color Selectable Series to provide flexibility and full radial illumination to ensure correct light levels for internal and external applications. Each lamp in the series delivers 150 lumens per watt to easily replace up to a 400-watt H.I.D. lamp on a Mogul EX39 base for a wide range of applications such as barns, basements, bathrooms, stairways, storage areas and security applications.
Available with a 4000K and 5000K color select switch, we offer 42- and 60-watt, 56- and 80-watt, and 70- and 100-watt selectable switch units that can be set at the time of installation. The 42/60-watt selectable HID replacement produces 6300 and 9000 lumens, while the 56/80-watt selectable unit delivers 8400 and 12000 lumens. The 70/100-watt selectable unit provides 10500 and 15000 lumens.
The LED High Lumen Wattage & Color Selectable lamps have an 80+ CRI and a 360° beam angle to provide excellent visual acuity. The LEDs are easy to install by simply removing the ballast from the circuit and wiring direct to the lamp socket and operates on 120/277VAC. No ballast or external driver are required.
The new high lumen H.I.D. replacement LEDs feature a cooling thermal sensor in the unit that activates during high heat conditions to maintain lamp life. Power to the LED is automatically reduced by up to 20 percent to cool the product and maintain lamp life. The high lumen LEDs will perform in temperatures from -40°F to 113°F with a 50,000 rated performance life and a five-year warranty.
In addition to the LED High Lumen Wattage & Color Selectable lamps, we offer a 45-watt LED High Lumen in 5000K delivering 6975 lumens to replace 100-watt H.I.D. lamps in exterior walls exterior wall packs, yard lights, post lights, parking lot shoe box fixtures and other site and security applications. Interior applications include parking garage fixtures and highbay warehouse fixtures applications.
The LED High Lumen Wattage & Color Selectable Series is DLC, UL/RoHs, FCC approved with an IP64 rating for damp locations.
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