Outdoor lighting

Floodpak is an outdoor lighting fixture that features three fixtures in one with three different lighting distributions including flood, cutoff, and forward throw. Fixture can be used as a cutoff wall pack, tilted 22 deg for semicutoff, or tilted to 45 deg for flood lighting. Also, it can be turned over for indirect or accent lighting, and can be pole or ground mounted using various mounting accessories.

Crescent/Stonco Write 300 on PE card

HID ballast

e-Vision line of electronic HID ballasts has been expanded to accommodate the 100W Mini whiteSON lamp. Ballasts offer versatility and design flexibility for developing streamlined and aesthetically pleasing lighting systems. Available with side leads or bottom leads with studs, the ballasts operate at input voltages from 120 to 277 Vac, 50/60 Hz.

Advance Transformer Co. Write 301 on PE card

Control panel

LP8 lighting control panel is preassembled, easy to install, and offers effective, economical automated control for small exterior and interior lighting control applications. Panel features UL-listed panel package complete with relays, system time clock, preprogrammed control scenarios, optional photocell, eight channels for controlling different lighting groups, and eight universal switch inputs for interfacing with occupancy sensors, low-voltage switches, or other control equipment.

The Watt Stopper, Inc. Write 302 on PE card

Lighting streamer

Enviro-Light 753 vapor-proof lighting streamer delivers reliable illumination for a wide range of worksites including factory assembly areas, plants, and rugged work environments and features watertight construction that eliminates problems associated with oil, moisture and water, and vapor contaminants. Sockets are spaced at 10-ft intervals with a 5-ft lead and tail, are ruggedly constructed, and contain a crush-resistant steel reinforcing ring.

Duraline Write 303 on PE card

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