Wall Pack, Type III Light Distribution Shape, 2000K Color Temperature, Lumens 16,000 lm

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Wall Pack,Hps,120V,150W
Wall Pack,Hps,120V,150W

#913333 | Pkg Qty: 1

$201.84 pkg | $201.84 ea
Item Number 913333
Scanner Description Wall Pack,Hps,120V,150W
Inventory Status Drop Ship Item
Weight 11.55 lb
Brand LUMAPRO

Technical Specifications

Brand
LUMAPRO
Lens Material
Glass
Color Rendering Index
22
Lens Type
Glass
Color Temperature
2000 K
Light Technology
High Pressure Sodium
Height
11 in.
Lumens
16000 lm
Housing Finish
Bronze
Mfr. Part Number
23Y142
Housing Material
Die Cast Aluminum
Mounting
Directly to Wall or Junction Box
IP Rating
Not Rated
Pack Quantity
1
Includes
Adjustable Glare Shield
Sensor Type
No Sensor Included
Item
Wall Pack
Socket Style
Medium
Lamp Included
Yes
Standards
UL/C for Wet Locations
Lamp Type
High Pressure Sodium
Voltage
120 VAC
Lamp Watts
150
Width
9 in.
Length
14-1/4 in.

Product Description

These anti-glare wall packs cast light downwards around building perimeters. They use either high-pressure sodium (HPS), metal halide (MH), induction, or compact fluorescent (CFL) lamps. HPS and MH lamps produce a high-intensity light in either amber or natural light colors. Induction lighting is low maintenance and offers a long life. CFL lamps are ideal for areas where lights are left on for long periods of time, since they take more time than LEDs to reach full brightness.

Anti-glare wall packs, also called cutoff wall packs, have a shielding device that projects light downwards to minimize glare, prevent light pollution, and help meet dark sky regulations. These wall-mounted lighting fixtures are typically used to illuminate the exteriors of commercial facilities, parking garages, hospitals, and public spaces.

Item Barcode
9133330
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