- Power: 28W / 42W / 56W / 70W
- Input: AC 120-277V
- CCT: 3000K /4000K / 5000K
- Output: 4800 LM/6393 LM/7880 LM/9808 LM
- Light Source: 2835 LEDs
- Driver: KERHAM
|28W / 42W / 56W / 70W
|4800 LM (28W) /6393 LM 42W) / 7880 LM (56W) / 9808 LM (70W)
|3000K, 4000K, 5000K
|70W & 4000K
|-22ºF ~ 113ºF
|5 years limited
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What are wall pack lights?
Wall pack lights are lights that are fixed to a building’s exterior and they are normally on a wall that faces outwards from a building. These lights help to create visibility in outdoor areas and spaces. Wall pack lights are not necessarily mounted to one specific height.
What are the different types of Commercial LED Wall Pack Lights?
Traditional Commercial LED Wall Pack Lights offer wide beam spread because of a more open design and wider lens. Mini Commercial LED Wall Pack Lights are a smaller size and narrow beam spread. Architectural Commercial LED Wall Pack Lights come in a variety of shapes and finishes. This wall pack is ideal when the look of the fixture is as important and the powerful illumination that it provides. Cut off Commercial LED Wall Pack Lights offer a more focused downward beam. These are ideal for locations where light spill needs to be limited.
Where are Commercial LED Wall Pack Lights used?
Wall Pack Lights are used in many exterior locations. They may be mounted on the side of a building or structure to help illuminate a path or walkway. They can also help provide security by providing light outside of these structures.
How long do LED wall packs last?
Once LED wall packs are installed, they’re designed to last over 76,000 hours – that’s almost 9 years of maintenance-free operation, when used 24/7.
How many lumens do I need for a wall pack?
Medium Lumens (3,300 to 7100) – The most common lumen range, lights in this category are used for the majority of wall pack applications and usually offer the most options.
How often should LED lights be replaced?
Most LED bulbs boast a lifespan of up to 50,000 hours, which means that you may not have to splash out on LED replacement bulbs for up to 10 years after your original purchase. Incandescent bulbs and halogen bulbs will probably only last for 1000 – 2000 hours, compared to up to 100,000 hours for dimmable LEDs.
Is it OK to leave LED lights on all night?
To put it simply, well-manufactured LED lights are extremely long-lasting and can be left on 24 hours, 7 days a week. This is because, unlike conventional types of light, LEDs produce minimal amounts of heat, which means they are unlikely to overheat or set on fire.