WAC Lighting announces new product, lighting award

New option for outdoor lighting, plus an award for innovative
(Photo: WAC Lighting)

This month, WAC Lighting introduced a new offering in its line of outdoor lighting. The New York-based company also announced one of its products has been recognized by Lightfair with an Innovation Award.

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The Landscape Adjustable Beam Wall Wash Luminaire has an adjustable head for vertical or horizontal orientation, and can be mounted on a ceiling or wall. It can be adjusted for NEMA beam spread of 3×4 (35° x 60°) to 4×5 (60° x 90°) to 5×6 (90 x120°), according to WAC.

The lamp is available in 12-volt or 120-volt options, with color temperatures of 2700K or 3000K. It’s made with solid diecast brass or corrosion resistant aluminum alloy, and is available in bronze or black.

Lumens range from 200 to 1550 with 3-25 Watts of LED power. The lamp includes on-board integral brightness control.

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Earlier this month, WAC Lighting announced that its InvisiLED CCT Color Temperature Adjustable Tape Light System was honored with a 2020 Lightfair Innovation Award.

InvisiLED is a flexible LED tape that can be cut and reattached at 4-inch intervals. It is available in five color temperatures from 2700K to 5000K, and a color rendering index of 95. Wattage ranges from 1.2 watts per foot to 6.3 watts per foot. It puts our 660 lumens per foot.

Danielle Andrus

Danielle Andrus was previously the managing editor for Colorado Builder, and is currently Editor for the Journal of Financial Planning.

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