LED security light meets Americans with Disabilities Act standards

3rd September 2015
Posted By : Jordan Mulcare
LED security light meets Americans with Disabilities Act standards

Delivering high efficiency in a compact design, MaxLite presents its LED low-profile security light as illumination for outdoor commercial and residential settings that comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards. Suitable for mounting at heights below 10ft, the light is designed with a slim, 3.86" profile that meets ADA guidelines for wall fixtures and replaces traditional security lighting with ease in locations such as walkways, entryways and stairwells.

Rated for exceptional performance in cold temperatures, the fixture is UL 924 listed as emergency lighting and features a replaceable battery backup system that provides 100% light output for up to 90 minutes after power is lost.

An energy-efficient replacement for 70W high-pressure sodium fixtures, the MaxLite LED low-profile security light delivers 1,050lm of bright, glare-free illumination while consuming just 13W of power. The fixture is equipped with a dusk-to-dawn photocell to maximise energy savings over the product’s long, 50,000-hour lifetime.

“We are excited to expand our line of security lights with a fresh, contemporary design that meets ADA standards,” said Francisco Garza, Product Manager, MaxLite. “Its smooth construction, installation-friendly features and battery backup make the low-profile security light a versatile choice for lighting areas where visibility and safety is of the utmost importance.”

Designed to operate across a wide temperature range of -4 to +122ºF, the MaxLite LED security light is built with LM-80 tested LEDs enclosed in a watertight, IP65-rated housing. The fixture is offered in an architectural bronze finish that seamlessly blends into any outdoor setting. Simple to install right out of the box, the security light features discreet latches that are easily accessible with a flathead screwdriver for secure mounting to a standard junction box or conduit.

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