Access Fixtures now offers LG LED modules used in wall packsbollard lights, and flood lights in 3000K. Until now, most LED outdoor lighting 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. 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. Click here to learn about Kelvin temperatures.

Lower Kelvin temperature LED light makes it easier to provide consistent warm light throughout an entire application. Read more about the new Kelvin temperature and thoughts from CEO of Access Fixtures, Steven Rothschild, in the recent press release.