SYLVANIA UltraLED™ Ultrasonic Stairwell Fixture

Sylvania UltraLED Ultrasonic

Sept 2, 2021

LEDVANCE, the makers of SYLVANIA general lighting in the United States and Canada, has released the new SYLVANIA UltraLED™ Ultrasonic Stairwell fixture that features both CCT and Lumen selectability. Available in 2-foot and 4-foot lengths with 3500K, 4000K, or 5000K CCT selectability, these white powder coated fixtures provide a high-quality light with optics that are specifically designed for stairwell and hallway applications. These fixtures feature a high-resolution ultrasonic motion sensor that is ideal for detecting motion in complex areas such as stairwells. They are designed to be surface mounted, available with optional battery back-up units, and carry a DLC Premium listing for maximizing rebate opportunities.

These are perfect for any space both indoors and outdoors, and provide comfortable optics for any residential, commercial or private residences. The SYLVANIA UltraLED™ Ultrasonic Stairwell fixture also utilizes SYLVANIA UltraLEDTM, powerful innovative lighting technology that reduces costs and saves energy! Thereby, making it an environmentally friendly choice, SYLVANIA’s UltraLEDTM Ultrasonic Stairwell fixture also includes an optional 10W Emergency Battery Back-up, succeeding in keeping the lights on safely and allowing us to look forward to the brighter days ahead. With communities transitioning back to school and trades and businesses returning to site and offices, nothing feels better than high quality, safe and comfortable lighting.

 

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Key Features of the SYLVANIA UltraLED™ Ultrasonic Stairwell include:

  • Ultrasonic sensor for optimal motion detection in stairwell applications
  • Both 2-foot and 4-foot models provide selectable CCTs of 3500, 4000 or 5000K
  • 2-foot models feature selectable wattages of 20, 25 or 30 watts
  • 4-foot models feature selectable wattages of 30, 35 or 45 watts
  • Ribbed polycarbonate lens and powder coated metal body
  • Optional 10W Emergency Battery Back-up
  • CRI >80​

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