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Access Fixtures Releases New Dual Purpose Canopy Wall Packs

WORCESTER, Mass., July 14, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Access Fixtures, a US based leader in commercial, industrial, and sports lighting, is announcing the release of a new canopy luminaire that can also be used as a wall pack. Canopy lights are typically installed in the ceiling of a venue, for example under the canopy at a hotel entrance, and have multiple applications including side entrances and parking garages. Wall packs are frequently decorative and illuminate entrances, walkways and parking areas where poles are not feasible options. “The flexible applications of this product open up a lot of new options for property managers who are looking to add LED lighting to their canopy, building or parking garage,” said Access Fixtures CEO, Steven Rothschild. “We now have an LED luminaire that can easily transition from ceiling or wall use and satisfy the needs of the consumer who may have a project that requires either or both.” The new dual purpose luminaires are available in multiple wattages starting with a 21w high output LED version in standard architectural bronze or custom RAL finishing options. They feature a polycarbonate lens, with options for a photocell and dimming capabilities. The luminaire is compatible for installation with lighting controls. Rated at 100,000 hours of operating life, the dual purpose canopy light/wall pack comes with all the benefits of LED lighting, including extreme energy efficiency and virtually no maintenance. Mounted under a canopy, entrance ceiling, or on a wall as a wall pack, these luminaires are ready to ship now. About Access Fixtures Access Fixtures offers commercial and sports lighting for less, and features light fixtures with LED,...

Wildlife-Friendly Architectural Amber LED Wall Packs Introduced by Access Fixtures

WORCESTER, Mass., June 2, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Access Fixtures, a U.S.-based leader in commercial and sports lighting, is announcing the addition of wildlife-friendly amber LED oval cylinder wall packs. LED wall packs are ideal for lighting buildings, walkways, and parking areas in commercial, residential or industrial applications. Wildlife-friendly lighting is desirable to reduce light pollution in areas where excessive artificial lighting can harm ecosystems, especially coastal areas where sea turtles need a dark sky to migrate towards the ocean. Maintaining all the benefits of LED lighting, the amber LED light minimizes disturbances in sensitive ecosystems. Species affected by artificial lighting can see wavelengths used in traditional light sources, but cannot see longer wavelengths like 590 nm used in amber LEDs. “Amber LEDs make it possible for us to fully serve the lighting needs of humans without harming local wildlife,” said Access Fixtures CEO, Steven Rothschild. “The combination of decreased light pollution and energy efficiency means no one has to choose between high performance and environmental responsibility.” The LED wall packs are housed in corrosion-resistant die-cast aluminum with a bronze or white powdercoat finish over chromate conversion coating. Rated for 100,000 hours, the LED wall packs virtually eliminate maintenance costs associated with replacement of new lamps. The single direction oval wall packs are available in 32w and 63w, while the multidirectional architectural style has options for total wattage of 64w, 95w (63w/32w), 95w (32w/63w), and 126w. Access Fixtures LED wall packs are assembled in the USA using domestic and imported components. About Access Fixtures Access Fixtures offers commercial and sports lighting for less, and features light fixtures with LED, induction, eHID,...

New Oval LED Wall Packs from Access Fixtures Achieve Highest Lumen Output

WORCESTER, Mass., May 20, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Access Fixtures, a leading U.S.-based manufacturer of commercial and sports lighting, announced its new line of LED oval cylinder wall packs that achieve the highest lumen output available in this style of LED wall pack. The LED wall packs are available in various wattages, ranging from 32w to 126w, and in two configurations; one emitting light both up and down and another emitting light either up or down. These new energy-efficient LED wall packs illuminate walkways while adding architectural flair to commercial and industrial buildings. “As technology advances, Access Fixtures is able to expand its line of high-output LED luminaires,” said Access Fixtures CEO, Steven Rothschild. “These new wall packs enable our customers to choose energy-efficient LED for high-lumen applications.” The LED wall packs that emit light either up or down are available in 32w and 63w, and emit 4,431 and 8,862 light source lumens, respectively. The LED wall packs that emit light both up and down are available in 64w, 95w, and 126w. These LED wall packs emit 8,862, 13,293, and 17,724 light source lumens, respectively. Rated for 100,000 hours, the LED wall packs virtually eliminate maintenance costs associated with replacement of new lamps. The fixtures are available in two Kelvin temperatures, 4300K or 5700k, and have the option to be dimmable. The LED wall packs are housed in corrosion-resistant die-cast aluminum with a bronze or white powdercoat finish over chromate conversion coating. Access Fixtures LED wall packs are assembled in the USA using domestic and imported components. About Access Fixtures Access Fixtures offers commercial and sports lighting for less, and features...

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Condo in Destin Florida Selects Access Fixtures Turtle-Friendly LED Wall Packs

Access Fixtures specialists were recently approached by the owner of a commercial condominium property in Destin, Florida. The customer was seeking an affordable LED  wall pack upgrade for their  that would save money on energy without posing a threat to the surrounding wildlife. As home to 90% of the nesting sea turtles in the United States, Florida takes conservation efforts seriously, and the customer wanted to abide by local regulations. Choosing Turtle-Friendly LED Wall Packs That Meet Code The state of Florida has been active in the conservation of sea turtle habitats for many years, having developed a model lighting ordinance in 1993 to guide local governments in creating standards of lighting for properties along coastal areas. Destin, in particular, adopted the Land Development Code in 2004, which describes specifications for outdoor lighting which prevents or eliminates light pollution. Lighting a Beachfront Florida Condominium With LED The condominium property was right on the beach, with rooms and a pool that were accessible from the dunes. They needed an unobtrusive lighting option that would provide a safe level of illumination for guests without posing a threat to the environment. An Access Fixtures specialist recommended the 32w amber LED small wall packs. Amber LED Wall Packs Feature the Best of Both Worlds Amber LED is an excellent energy efficient option for lighting that is also wildlife-friendly. The LED lamp is specifically calibrated to emit light at a lower wavelength, producing a warm glow that certain species, like sea turtles, cannot see. The 32w amber LED small wall pack is energy efficient, with a total lumen output of 4,431, and virtually eliminates...

Turtle Friendly Lighting for the US Military

Recently, a US military base located on an island off the coast of Virginia approached Access Fixtures for a solution to replace their damaged high pressure sodium (HPS) wall packs. An incident on base and years of coastal weather wear had depreciated the light quality in their current fixtures. Several were outright damaged and the base was left in the dark. The base was looking for lighting options that would reduce overall cost and, given their seaside location, be more environmentally friendly. Originally the base was using 100w HPS wall packs to light their outdoor facilities. High pressure sodium was a popular choice for outdoor lighting in the 1970s when increasing energy costs placed more emphasis on efficiency. Lumen output ranges between 80 to 140 lumens per watt, although HPS lamps are able to produce 7 times the amount of light per watt than incandescent and twice as much as fluorescent lights. Their low kelvin temperature produces a yellow light which was considered valuable for outdoor lighting due to its less detrimental effect on the environment. However, HPS lamps still contain mercury as a part of their operation which makes them more dangerous to use and dispose of. Today, there are much better options for outdoor lighting that provide more benefits for consumers–and for wildlife. For the US military base in Virginia, Specialist Stephanie Derby was able to recommend the 45w amber high output LED traditional wall pack from Access Fixtures. These LED fixtures have a vastly longer life expectancy than the HPS option at 100,000 hours and their light output is specifically tuned to produce an orange color...

Ivy Corset Building is Brighter With LEDs

The Ivy Corset Building in Worcester, MA, home to Access Fixtures has recently undergone major renovations including a new LED retrofit! The renovations to this historic Worcester building are incredible. The interior space is hardly recognizable from the days when it was a corset factory. One of the most noticeable changes to the exterior space are the LED wallpacks lining the street front side of the building, and the brand new patio space out back. Wall packs have lined the exterior of this building for many years. Now, after the renovations, the wall packs have been retrofitted with LEDs! It is an extremely simple retrofit. You can either wire around the ballasts that are already in place, or just discard the existing electrical equipment inside, and replace it with the LED retrofit system. The CRI is exceptional, and the system requires virtually zero maintenance. Learn more about the LED retrofit kit for wall packs. The wallpack in the back lighting the patio was designed as an LED wallpack. It is beautiful, and really completes the space. Learn more about LED wall packs....

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Affordable LED Upgrades for 100w Full Cutoff Wall Packs

Reasons to Replace Your 100w Wall Packs With LED 1. 100w Equivalent LED Wall Pack Pricing Pricing has come down so much there is little difference between the prices of LED wall packs and HID wall packs. 2. LEDs Have Superior Lumen Maintenance HID lamps lose 40% of their light output during the first half of the lamp’s life while LED have high lumen maintenance. 3. Replacing 100w Lamps v. Never Replacing Burnt Out Lamps Replacing lamps takes time and costs money. 100w HID Lamps burn out every 7500 to 10,000 hours. LED lasts 50,000 to 100,000 hours. 4. Many 100w Equivalent LED Wall Packs Have Rebates Many electric companies offer rebates on 100w equivalent LED Wall Packs. Check with an Access Fixtures Lighting Specialist to find out if you qualify. 5 Affordable LED Options to Replace a 100w HID Wall Pack       For more information on replacing old 100w HID wall packs with 100w equivalent LED wall packs, be sure to contact an Access Fixtures lighting specialist at 888.521.2582.          ...

Upgrading LED Wall Packs: Replace or Retrofit?

LED Wall Pack Replacement vs. Retrofit Kit Recent reports by the Department of Energy show that market penetration for LED lighting is steadily growing. The energy savings and long-term reduction in maintenance costs have made LED lighting a compelling option for property managers. However, transitioning away from traditional fixtures can be tricky and the initial cost can be daunting. Customers frequently want to know which route is the most cost-effective: replacing the entire fixture or investing in an LED retrofit kit? What Is an LED Wall Pack Retrofit Kit? Recently, we received a call from a customer seeking to replace their outdated metal halide wall packs. They were looking for an LED wall pack replacement and asked for more information about our 50w LED retrofit kit for wall packs. An LED retrofit kit uses the existing fixture housing, which is emptied of all components. Then, a new LED retrofit kit and LED driver are installed in the body of the fixture. A retrofit kit has classically been the cheaper option at installation. However, they are less efficient than new LED wall packs and require more labor to install. They also tend to have a shorter operating life (rated at 50,000 hours) than most new LED wall packs, which have an impressive rating of 100,000 hours. Is a Retrofit Still a Cost-Effective Way to Upgrade to LED Wall Packs? LED production is becoming less and less expensive as manufacturing methods and materials improve. LED lighting on the market is more affordable than ever, and equivalent retrofit kits are no longer guaranteed to be the cheapest possible option. If customers can now purchase a full LED wall...

Lamp Lumens vs. Luminaire Lumens – What’s the Difference?

The 100w pulse start metal halide (PSMH) full cutoff wall pack and the 25w LED full cutoff wall pack emit equivalent sources of light, in other words they produce a similar amount of lumens. That may surprise some people. When looking at the initial light source lumens, the PSMH wall pack has a lamp that produces 7,900 lumens while the LED wall pack has LEDs that produce only 2,737 lumens. Measuring light source or lamp lumens, the PSMH lamp produces  times more lumens than the 25w LED array. Does this mean the 100w PSMH full cutoff wall pack emits more light than the 25w LED full cutoff wallpack? No. How is it possible that the 25w LED wall pack is considered an equivalent to the 100w PSMH? To put it simply, the lamp lumens do not matter in the end result. It’s the luminaire lumens that ultimately determine the amount of light that the wall packs produce. Lamp lumens only refers to the amount of light that the lamp or light source produces. Luminaire lumens references the total amount of light that is emitted by the luminaire. A PSMH lamp distributes light in all directions. When located inside a luminaire, much of the light is trapped inside the housing. Even with some light reflected and redirected out of the fixture with a reflector, over 50% of the light will never escape. LEDs, on the other hand, is a directional light source. LED chips are mounted on the inside of the fixture, facing out to distribute light in the desired direction. Consequently, few of the lumens are trapped inside the...

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