Products, Materials & Tools | Mar 12, 2012

LEDpac Announces over 100 Lumens per Watt LED Troffer

LEDpac delivers over 100 lumens per Watt to customers with its new RETROtrac Troffer system designed for both in-place retrofit to existing fixtures or as a new fixture solution. Best of all, RETROtrac Troffer installs in minutes. LEDpac’s Troffer LED is the high efficiency solution to lower maintenance and operating costs while solving the problem of finding a technology partner that can deliver a reliable solution with a solid return on investment in less than 3 years.

The new design is LM79, ETL and UL rated which ensures a headache-free way to reduce maintenance costs, reduce running energy costs, and reduce lighting retrofit installation time and money. RETROtrac 420 and 600 use 32W to 58W and reaches 3800 to 5887 lumens per fixture running at 120Volt or 277 Volt respectively. LEDpac also offers customized versions for OEMs and facility managers to ensure a high-lumen efficiency solution tailored to fit both unique and general purpose lighting needs. LEDpac’s RETROtrac Troffer system will soon be approved for energy rebates in markets where rebates are available.

RETROtrac Troffer 420 & 600 Design Features:
• High Reliability – superior thermal management and failsafe circuits ensure low operating temperature which greatly extends LED lifetime hours.
• Unique cluster LED sub-circuit protects fixture in case of single LED failure.
• Innovative patent pending design

Benefits:
• LM79 Certification ensures 100+ lumens per watt
• Less than 3 year return on investment
• Rated performance assures safety and meets building inspection requirements

To see all LEDpac LED lighting solutions please visit www.ledpac.com. For more detailed information on LM79, INSITU & IES files contact Jack Dubord directly at 760-489-8067 or by email at info@ledpac.com.

About LEDpac:
LEDpac is a proven LED lighting supplier with 12+ years of innovative LED lighting design, technology and manufacturing experience. LEDpac takes pride in providing their customers with proven solutions that meet and exceed their lighting needs. Whether it’s a customized solution for an individual OEM, facility manager, or general consumer, LEDpac's solutions surpass industry standards.


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