LED fixtures designed for 120 to 277-volt systems
MaxLite introduces new DesignLights™ Consortium (DLC) approved LED Flat Panels and Area Lights for commercial markets, which join MaxLite’s extensive list of DLC-approved LED indoor and outdoor luminaires that qualify for utility rebates nationwide.
For use with 120- to 277-volt systems, these newly DLC-approved LED fixtures are backed by a five-year-limited warranty and have a long L70 life of 50,000 hours:
- MaxLite’s 60-watt, 2’x4’ Direct Lit Flat Panels “Performance Series”, a new generation of value-engineered LED Flat Panels, join the Direct Lit 2’x2’ LED Flat Panels, in 45- and 60-watt models in 3500K and 5000K CCTs, on the DLC-approved Products List. Offered in 1’x4’, 2’x2’ and 2’x4’ sizes in 3500K, 4100K and 5000K correlated color temperatures (CCT), the Performance Series LED Flat Panel is the ideal energy efficient replacements for fluorescent lighting fixtures in drop or T-grid ceilings requiring a minimum installation depth. These fixtures exceed a minimum CRI of 82 and enable even light distribution to create stress-free environments and are dimmable to meet user preference.
- The new 140-watt LED Area Light in 5000K CCT now joins the 70- and 100-watt versions on the DLC list. Designed to replace up to 400-watt metal halide and high-pressure sodium fixtures, the LED Area Light delivers 8400 lumens and offer a full cutoff in a Type V distribution.
Already on the DLC list are the full cutoff LED Wall Packs in 20-, 30-, 40- and 70-watt models and 40- and 70-watt LED Parking Garage Luminaires, all available in 5000K in standard bronze or white finishes. These outdoor luminaires are maintenance free, energy efficient alternatives to traditional fluorescent and HID fixtures for industrial and commercial environments.
These DLC-approved LED fixtures have been added to MaxLite’s extensive database of more than 2,000 national rebates identified by SKU and outlined with their available rebate amounts in a complete state-by-state listing of more than 100 utilities and regions.