Color & Wattage Selectable LED Adjustable Wall Pack

EIN EarthTronics LED Adjustable Wall Pack

August 4, 2022

The EarthTronics LED Adjustable Wall Packs has a slim profile design. They can be locked into any angle ranging from 0° to 90° providing exterior security illumination where required. The durable die cast aluminum housing is powder coated to maintain the fixture appearance for several years. Select from 3000K, 4000K or 5000K color temperatures as well as several different lumen levels, this is easily done by the dial switch located on the product. It features a high 80+ CRI providing an excellent light source for nearly any task. The polycarbonate lens provides durability and resistance impact, and the conduit entry points allow direct wall or junction box mounting. These adjustable wall pack fixtures feature 120-347V universal voltage. This fixture can withstand the elements, it’s made to last in the outdoors with the IP65 rating and a minimum start temperature of -40°F. They are equipped with a 0 – 10 volt continuous dimming driver with a dimming range capability of 10% to 100%. The long 50,000-hour life is backup with a 10 year limited warranty. The wall pack fixture requires a properly anchored UL recognized junction box for proper installation. Photocell for dusk to dawn operation is installed in this fixture. DLC® listed product.

Features

  • Two Models Available
  • Select from 3000K, 4000K & 5000K
  • Durable die cast aluminum housing
  • 0 – 90° adjustable beam angle locks in position
  • Universal Voltage 120-347VAC
  • Factory preset to maximum wattage, 5000K
  • Photocell installed for dusk to dawn
  • DLC® Technical Requirement 5.1
  • 50,000 hour rated life L70

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