Systems & Applications | Luminaires | Linear Lights | Outdoor Applications | Harsh Enviroment | Jun 26, 2018

New LED Vapor Tight Slim Strip Lights from Litetronics Support

Litetronics proudly announces the introduction of its new LED Vapor Tight Slim Strip Lights, a family of uniquely rugged and low-profile fixtures that are ideal for space-constrained industrial applications requiring a durable and energy-efficient solution. Available in 4’ and 8’ versions that consume 30 and 55 Watts respectively and deliver a powerful 130 lumens per watt, the line of fixtures optimally supports commercial, industrial, and institutional lighting needs within corridors/hallways, storage areas, stairways, parking lots, gas stations, car wash/auto body operations, and a broad range of other applications subject to harsh, wet, or otherwise challenging conditions.

Measuring just 1.5 inches in diameter, the DLC Premium-certified fixtures’ slim IP67-rated design -- ensuring protection against dust, water, and other liquids -- is both impact- and corrosion-resistant. Rated for both indoor and outdoor use, the fixtures’ highly transparent UV-protected polycarbonate lens combined with rust-resistant mounting brackets ensures the delivery of bright, reliable, and uniform light output in some of the market’s most demanding environments, from car washes and factories to construction sites, outdoor installations with compromised air quality, and more.

Fully-sealed with an extruded housing and tightly-fitted end caps, the Vapor Tight fixtures’ lightweight design – the 4’ version weighs only 1.8 pounds and the 8’ version weighs just 2.6 pounds – helps simplify installation on a wall or ceiling in just minutes. Among other user-friendly design features, the fixtures’ connection cable is pre-assembled to the housing with a water-tight PG cable screw; the fixture is subsequently installed by securing the mounting brackets to the wall or ceiling, then snapping the fixture into the brackets and tightening the brackets to the fixture’s aluminum base. From there, installation is easily completed by connecting the far end of the cable to the power; an optional suspension kit facilitates use in applications where a directly-attached fixture isn’t needed.

Supporting 100-270 Volt applications and available in both 4000 K and 5000 K versions, Litetronics’ Vapor Tight Slim Strip Lights promote a clean aesthetic and feature a long 50,000-hour life and five-year warranty. In addition to standard wall and ceiling mount accessories, suspended-mount accessories are also available.

“Litetronics’ new line of LED Vapor Tight Slim Strip Lights now offers the powerful, long-life, and energy-efficient benefits of LED technology to space-restricted applications within the market’s harshest, most demanding, and hard-to-access settings,” said Robert Sorensen, CEO of Litetronics. “Highly-durable and designed for ease of installation within minutes, Litetronics’ new line of LED Vapor Tight Slim Strip Lights delivers outstanding visibility and bright, reliable illumination that enhances safety, security, and peace of mind in harsh environments while significantly reducing operating expenses.”

To learn more about Litetronics’ new LED Vapor Tight Slim Strip Lights, visit www.litetronics.com/product-category/led-vapor-tight-slim-strip-light/?fwp_categories=led-vapor-tight-slim-strip-light

About Litetronics:

Litetronics has been helping commercial, institutional, industrial, and retail businesses and energy professionals realize the benefits of high-performing, energy-saving lighting technology for nearly half a century. The company manufactures and markets a full line of LED retrofit kits as well as LED, cold-cathode fluorescent, fluorescent, metal halide, high pressure sodium, halogen, and incandescent lamps to meet the professional lighting market’s broad range of needs and is one of the industry’s most trusted sources of cutting-edge lighting technology. For information on Litetronics and their other products, visit www.litetronics.com, or e-mail customerservice@litetronics.com

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