Phoenix Launches EcoMod LED Floodlight

Posted by Eric Haun
Tuesday, November 26, 2013
EcoMod LED floodlight

Phoenix Products Company, Inc. launched the EcoMod Series. The EcoMod LED floodlight offers 150 and 300W models with light outputs of 12,500 and 25,000 lumens, respectively. Available optical packages range from wide flood to narrow spot optics to accommodate any application. The EcoMod Series utilizes exclusive EcoVent Technology that extends the life of the fixture by allowing heat, water,and debris to flow between the modules. Furthermore, the fixture offers the many benefits of LED technology, including significant maintenance reduction, energy savings and instant-on lighting to reduce downtime. According to the manufacturer, the EcoMod Series uses up to 70% less energy when compared to equivalent HID floodlights.

Yazi Fletcher, Chief Technical Officer for Phoenix Products, said,"The EcoMod incorporates the latest technology while balancing the challenges of the rigorous industries we serve. We have taken two years of feedback from our customers and designed a sleek yet durable, modular LED floodlight that will excel in many diverse applications."

Phoenix utilizes high quality parts for the EcoMod Series including marine-grade extruded aluminum housing and modules, impact and UV resistant lenses, and fully potted drivers. Designed, engineered and manufactured in the U.S.A., the EcoMod Series boasts a five year limited warranty.

The EcoMod Series is ETL listed to UL 1598 and 1598A. The fixture is also CE certified and IP66 rated. The EcoMod features a passivated stainless steel harp for added protection against corrosion and has 360° rotation and 10° incremental indexed aiming. There are both 120-277V and 200-480V driver options available and stranded wires for added protection against shock and vibration. The fixture also comes standard with 20 kV of surge protection.

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