WORCESTER, Mass., Oct. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Access Fixtures is proud to announce new LED amber flood lights as part of its comprehensive line of wildlife-friendly luminaires. In many areas, especially coastal communities, excessive artificial lighting can harm wildlife, like sea turtles that need a dark sky to orient towards the ocean. For this reason, many local ordinances require wildlife-friendly lighting. Access Fixtures LED amber flood lights and area lights are visible to humans, but not to most species affected by artificial lighting. The flood lights are ideal for a number of applications, including parking lot lighting, area lighting, park lighting, marinas, landscape lighting and roadway lighting.

“Access Fixtures new LED amber flood lights enable residents to live in harmony with wildlife and enjoy nature without disrupting it,” said Access Fixtures CEO, Steven Rothschild. He continued, “In combination with energy savings from the LEDs, these area lights are truly environmentally friendly and available for nearly every application.”

While many species can see higher color temperatures used in fluorescent, incandescent, and metal halide light sources, they cannot see longer wavelengths like 590 nm used in amber LEDs. Amber LEDs protect wildlife with all the benefits of LED lighting. Rated for 100,000 hours, these amber flood lights are energy-efficient, long-lasting, and require minimal maintenance as compared to other light sources. Access Fixtures luminaires are assembled in USA with US and imported parts. While these amber lights are not visible for most wildlife affected by artificial lighting, it is important to check with your local ordinance to identify the specific species it focuses on.

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.