Access Fixtures has expanded its product line with more LG LED wall packs joining the lineup of ecoWedge LED wallpacks. The new LED wall packs use standard designs that architects and designers are familiar with, but now instead of a glass panel with the lamp behind it, the glass is replaced with a heat sink and externally mounted LG LED light engines.
The result is LED wall packs that feature superior color rendering, very low maintenance, and extreme energy-savings in traditionally designed wall packs. Additionally, with the LED light engines mounted on the outside these wall packs offer 10% more efficacy than LED wall packs that push the light through glass.
"Featuring LG light engines and Philips Advance drivers housed in a die-cast aluminum housing finished in a DuPont finish, these LED wall packs are super reliable, look great and will save energy for years to come," said CEO of Access Fixtures Steven Rothschild . He continued, "Additionally with light engines mounted on the surface of the housing and the housing acting as a heat sink, we achieve efficacy far beyond other luminaires and keep the LEDs cooler too."
The new traditional design LED wall packs by Access Fixtures use 70+ CRI LG light engines. Each light engine module emits 1000 lumens per module using only 12 watts. LG light engines are rated for 50,000 hours. Total light output of the wall pack is determined by the number of light engine modules installed. All wall packs are IP67 rated for outdoor use and are RoHS compliant.