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Phoenix Debuts EcoMod 450 Floodlight

October 28, 2014

EcoMod 450 (Image courtesy of Phoenix Products Company Inc.)

EcoMod 450 (Image courtesy of Phoenix Products Company Inc.)

Phoenix Products Company Inc. introduced the EcoMod 450, the latest edition to the company’s EcoMod Series of LED floodlights. With an output of up to 41,250 lumens, the EcoMod 450 replaces up to 1,500W HID floodlights and easily retrofits to existing Phoenix installations. Numerous optical packages are available ranging from wide flood to very narrow spot optics.

The EcoMod 450 utilizes EcoVent Technology that extends the life of the fixture by allowing heat, water and debris to flow between the modules, Phoenix said, and furthermore, the fixture offers the benefits of LED technology including 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.

“The EcoMod Series has been specifically engineered to meet the demands of the world’s harshest applications,” said Yazi Fletcher, Chief Technical Officer at Phoenix. “The EcoMod 450 exemplifies the durable design philosophy that has made Phoenix the superior lighting supplier in the industry.”

Phoenix has incorporated marine grade extruded aluminum housing and modules, impact- and UV-resistant lenses and fully potted drivers into the EcoMod 450. The fixture also comes with 20 kV of surge protection, a safety cable and offers options for continuous row mounting and customized bolt patterns. The EcoMod 450 is designed, engineered and manufactured in the U.S.A. and offers a five year limited warranty.

The EcoMod 450 is ETL listed to UL 1598 and 1598A, CE certified and designed for an IP66 rating. The floodlight features a powder coated steel harp for added protection against corrosion and has 360° rotation with 5° incremental indexed aiming. The fixture uses 120-277V or 200-480V fully potted drivers and stranded wires for added protection against shock and vibration.

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