|By Business Wire||
|August 28, 2014 12:00 PM EDT||
Access Fixtures tested the durability of vandal-resistant LED wall packs in their new video, “Will It Light?” In the video, Access Fixtures team members and lighting specialists dropped a vandal-resistant wall pack with LG LED Modules from the roof of a building. As a control, they also dropped an Epson printer. While the printer shattered immediately, the vandal-resistant wall pack only suffered a small crack and still lights. The test demonstrates the durability of the wall pack’s aluminum housing. The video can be found on the vandal-resistant LED wall pack page.
“By using vandal-resistant wall packs, customers don’t have to worry about frequently replacing damaged fixtures,” said Access Fixtures CEO, Steven Rothschild. He continued, “If the wall pack can be dropped from the top of a building, I’m confident that it can withstand activity that normally damages other types of wall packs. This video proves that claim.”
The vandal-resistant LED wall packs use traditional and modern designs that architects and property managers are familiar with, but instead of using glass on the front of the fixture, the entire fixture is encased in heavy-duty aluminum. The wall pack has LG LED modules mounted in the aluminum housing. As the video demonstrates, the innovative design keeps the lights on and prevents damage from malicious activity while providing an aesthetic architectural design. Using only 12 watts of energy, each light engine module emits 1300 lumens per module. LG light engines are rated for 50,000 hours and have a CRI of 70+. All wall packs are IP67 rated for outdoor use and are RoHS compliant. The wall packs are available in various styles to suit most applications.
About Access Fixtures
Access Fixtures offers commercial and sports lighting for less, and features light fixtures with LED, induction, eHID, PS-MH and CFL light sources that are long lasting and energy saving. With custom manufacturing capabilities, Access Fixtures can competitively build and custom finish luminaires and poles to the performance specifications required. Access Fixtures extensive lineup of interior and exterior lighting fixtures includes products for sports, commercial, industrial, residential and hospitality applications. Luminaire types include wall packs, area lights, bollards, garage lighters, vandal resistant, exit and emergency, high bay, low bay, linear fluorescent, and track lighting. For more information visit Access Fixtures at www.AccessFixtures.com.
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