LED Walkway Light Launched by Phoenix Products

Press Release
Monday, November 12, 2012

Phoenix Products Company launches PCWL Linear LED Walkway Light, a 20W, 1200 lumen fixture designed for port container & walkway applications.

This marine-grade extruded aluminum fixture uses 42% less energy than a two-lamp 17W linear fluorescent. The PCWL is ETL/cETL rated to UL1598A and IESNA Dark Sky Compliant, lending itself to demanding environments.

With fully potted drivers and conformal coated LED boards, the PCWL is designed to prevent moisture intrusion as well as protect against shock and vibration. The fixture offers flexibility in mounting options (ceiling and wall) as well as lens options (diffuse glass, clear glass, and diffuse acrylic) to match individual applications. Appealing to multiple specifications, the fixture is able to be through wired and is available with emergency battery backup.

Founded in 1892, Phoenix Products Company, Inc. manufactures high quality lighting products that are built to last. Phoenix specializes in industrial, mining, marine, dock lighting, and architectural lighting products.
 

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