Products, Materials + Tools | Aug 04, 2011

RAB Lighting Introduces “LPACK52” LED Replacement for 250W Metal Halide Wallpacks

RAB Lighting proudly announces the expansion of its popular family of LED Wallpacks with the introduction of its new LPACK52, a 52 Watt LED offering which replaces up to 250W Metal Halide systems used to light building perimeters. The sleek new LPACK52 enables building owners to dramatically reduce energy consumption, improve lighting quality, and minimize maintenance costs.

RAB Lighting proudly announces the expansion of its popular family of LED Wallpacks with the introduction of its new LPACK52, a 52 Watt LED offering which replaces up to 250W Metal Halide systems used to light building perimeters. The sleek new LPACK52 enables building owners to dramatically reduce energy consumption, improve lighting quality, and minimize maintenance costs.

A purpose-built LED luminaire which reflects RAB’s demonstrated expertise in optical, thermal, and mechanical design, the LPACK52’s high output LEDs provide over 3400 lumens of light and deliver outstanding color stability and uniformity which exceed Energy Star standards. Highly efficient, the LPACK52 drives energy savings of 80% relative to a 250 Watt metal halide fixture.  The system is available in three cutoff options (full cutoff, cutoff, and standard) and is fully Dark-Sky certified to ensure that light is directed exactly where it’s needed.

Building owners will enjoy the LPACK52’s reliable operation and long, 50,000-hour lifespan, both of which combine to deliver a significant reduction in maintenance costs and concerns. UL-listed for wet locations, the LPACK52 has a minimum starting temperature of -40°C for colder climates or walk-in freezer applications and is suitable for operation in temperatures of up to 40°C.

“We’re delighted to expand our offering of LED solutions to the high-wattage arena for the first time and to be able to provide more opportunities for commercial, industrial, and institutional building owners to reduce their energy and operating costs,” said RAB Lighting CEO Ross Barna.

Fully supported by IESNA LM-79 and LM-80 testing documentation, the LPACK52 is offered with RAB’s comprehensive, whole-system 5-year warranty and represents a high-quality, superior-efficiency solution for the market’s broad range of high-wattage outdoor and indoor lighting applications.  Utility rebates and incentives are available on the system and the LPACK52 is protected by patents pending in the U.S. and Canada.

About RAB Lighting:
Founded in 1946 and located in Northvale, New Jersey, RAB Lighting is a leading manufacturer of Sustainable Outdoor Lighting Fixtures using LED, HID, CFL and Motion Sensing technology. RAB’s extensive portfolio of professional grade products are sold through a broad network of electrical distributors and are all designed for ease of installation, durability, and high quality standards. For more information, call (888) RAB-1000 or visit www.rabweb.com.

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