WORCESTER, Mass., March 31, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Access Fixtures, a leader in commercial and sports lighting, now offers LG LED modules used in wall packs, bollard lights, and flood lights in 3000K. Until now, most LED outdoor lighting has used cool white or daylight lighting, a harsh bluish white light. Higher Kelvin or white light LEDs once emitted more light than warmer light. This frustrated architects, lighting specifiers and property managers. With advanced technology and high efficiency, Access Fixtures now provides outdoor luminaires with warmer light. Warmer tones, which are lower Kelvin temperatures, are important when architects are trying to maintain the aesthetics of a property, whether it is a retrofit project or new installation.

“Access Fixtures had numerous requests by architects, lighting specifiers, and property owners for outdoor LED lighting that had a warmer color light,” said Access Fixtures CEO, Steven Rothschild. He continued, “Access Fixtures is now offering our popular LG LED modules in 3000K too. The lower Kelvin temperature helps provide warmer feel to the application and will not affect wildlife habits in the way white bluish lights may.”

Whether the application is a retrofit or a new installation, lower Kelvin temperature LED light makes it easier to provide consistent warm light throughout an entire application. LG LED modules use only 12w of energy and have a rated average life of 50,000 hours. This makes these modules great for use in locations like college campuses with old stone or brick buildings, and around older municipal and commercial buildings with classic architecture. The LG LED modules reduce the maintenance, save energy and provide aesthetically appealing light.

About Access Fixtures

Access Fixtures is your source for high-performance lighting solutions. Specializing in factory­-direct commercial, industrial, hospitality, and sports lighting, Access Fixtures offers luminaires and packages including wall packs, area lights, bollard lights, garage lighters, vandal-­resistant lights, exit and emergency lights, high bays, low bays, and vapor-tight luminaires. For more information, visit Access Fixtures at www.accessfixtures.com.