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Kim Lightings 5th generation PGL7 LED

August 9, 2010 | By

Kim Lighting – a manufacturer of architectural outdoor lighting – launches its fifth generation PGL7 LED. It is a low profile luminaire “designed to employ Kim Lighting’s patent pending MicroEmitter optical system” with the latest lighting performance package, says Kim Lighting. The MicroEmitter optics allow for wide and narrow distribution patterns, which expands application possibilities to include covered canopies and walkways, loading docks and public transportation platforms. The second generation of the PGL7 LED luminaries improved in lumens and main beam candela to now achieve >50 LPW. Other enhancements include eight tool-less thumb screws, the MicroEmitter only has one removable mounting screw on the front side of the EmitterDeck, and:

– Optimal glare control through the MicroEmitter
– Achieves footcandle levels above IESNA recommendations
– Progressive occupancy sensor and illumination control options
– Available in three standard color temperatures: 3500K, 5100K and 1700K or others through special ordering
– Vandal-resistant acrylic lens and optional lexan lens
– IP-66 rated for wet location and hose-down applications
– Meets ARRA and NAFTA criteria



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