SSL | Systems & Applications | Luminaires | Outdoor Applications | Feb 24, 2020

LSI Industries Launches New, Commercial-Grade LED Area Lights

LSI Industries has launched two new, high-quality, commercial-grade area lighting solutions. The company's new SSA (small) and SMA (medium) luminaires are quick-ship products that offer enhanced features and benefits for smaller-budget projects. These modern, durable, attractive fixtures are designed for applications that do not require the highly advanced optics and performance associated with LSI's premium line of Mirada area lights.

"Our commercial-grade area lights help us better serve customers who are operating in the entry-level or price sensitive segments," said Mike Prachar, Chief Marketing Officer of LSI Industries.  "Those customers are important to us, and we are excited to offer them a high-quality, turnkey solution that can compete, and win, against virtually anything they'll find within their specifications."   

The SSA and SMA use standard, high-quality acrylic lenses.  With expanded lumen offerings of 21,000 to 38,000, the new fixtures deliver higher light output compared to similar commercial-grade luminaires currently in the marketplace.  In many cases, this can reduce the total number of fixtures required for a project – driving down both material costs and installation times.  High voltage options are also available, eliminating the need for step down transformers.  This flexibility allows both products to be used across numerous applications, creating additional opportunities to enhance project efficiencies and control costs.

With 3000 K temperatures available for all configurations, the new fixtures produce high-quality, warmer light for numerous parking lot and walkway applications.  Both fixtures can also be configured with sensors that adjust light levels based on occupancy and ambient light availability.  In addition, the new products are compliant with DesignLights Consortium (DLC) premium standards, allowing customers to qualify for energy rebates.  They are also compliant with California's Title 24 energy conservation requirements and, when pole mounted, the 3000 K versions are International Dark-Sky Association (IDA) compliant.

LSI's new commercial-grade area lights are stock items that, depending on configuration, can be shipped within 10 business days after an order is placed.  The fixtures can also be ordered with LSI poles, including the company's universal mounting poles for renovation and replacement applications.  

Product specifications and data sheets are available in the products section of the company's website at www.lsi-industries.com

About LSI Industries, Inc:

Headquartered in Blue Ash, Ohio (Greater Cincinnati), LSI Industries is a leading producer of high-performance, American-made lighting solutions.  The Company's strength in outdoor lighting applications creates opportunities for it to introduce additional solutions to its valued customers.  LSI's indoor and outdoor products and services, including its digital and print graphics capabilities, are valued by architects, engineers, distributors and contractors for their quality, reliability and innovation.  The Company's products are used extensively in automotive dealerships, petroleum stations, quick service restaurants, grocery stores and pharmacies, retail establishments, sports complexes, parking lots and garages, and commercial and industrial buildings.  LSI has approximately 1,200 employees at seven manufacturing plants in the United States, including its corporate headquarters and international subsidiaries.  Additional information about LSI is available at www.lsi-industries.com

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