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Hubbell Introduces Architectural Area Lighting’s LED KicK Luminaire

Hubbell Lighting, a world leader in lighting innovation, announced today the introduction of Architectural Area Lighting’s (AAL) latest site and area lighting masterpiece—the LED KicK™. Representing an entirely new class of LED luminaire, the KicK™ is the industry’s first product to angle upwards and yet provide full light cutoff.

Representing an entirely new class of LED luminaire, Architectural Area Lighting's KicK™ is the industry’s first product to angle upwards and yet provide full light cutoff.

Fusing a contemporary urban design with advanced LED technology, the KicK™ combines form and function where it matters most—on the pedestrian scale. The pole and luminaire are stylishly integrated into one bold angular design that delivers a truly elegant low glare solution for walkways, paths and building entrances.

The simplicity of the patent-pending Stair Step optic design lets form follow function, resulting in the luminaire’s slim and sleek design that hides the LEDs when viewed from behind. The KicK’s™ unique optical system delivers an impressive 12,880 lumens at up 99 lumens per watt with 0% uplight and 0% backlight.

The luminaire is available in three color temperatures (3000K, 4200K, 5100K); three optical distributions (Type 2, 3 and 4); two popular sizes for flexibility (K4, 4” and K5, 5”); and three configurable mounting options including integral pole, tenon mount and side mount. AAL’s KicK™ features integral surge and thermal protection, is 0-10V dimming ready and is compatible with a number of wired and wireless controls system including Hubbell Lighting’s wiHUBB™.


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