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Area Site Lighter Fixture

DC Solar Powered LED Fixture

The Area Site Lighter Fixture provides lighting in a wide choice of LED wattages and distribution patterns. This fixture utilizes directional LEDs to provide light where it is needed and not wasted.

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The light fixture assembly is a Cobrahead / shoebox style fixture and comes complete with LEDs and driver used to operate the fixture from the solar charged batteries. The ASL fixture is typically used for roadways, parking lots, pathways and permiters and typically uses our SP - Side of Pole Upsweep bracket in 4', 6', and 8' lengths, or the ST - Side of Pole Tenon bracket in 5" or 24" length, to attach to a pole below the solar power assembly.

 

SEPCO solar light fixtures are used in our complete solar lighting systems and includes the solar power assembly with mounting, battery assembly, fixture and fixture mounting bracket. SEPCO can also provide a pole to meet wind load specifications. 

 

Features & Benefits:

  • The Area Site Lighter fixture uses solid state / light emitting diode (LED) light source
  • 12 VDC electronic dimming drivers
  • Die cast aluminum housing
  • Multiple light distributions available
 
APPLICATIONS: Roadways, Parking Lots, Walkways, Area, Perimeters
HOUSING: Die Cast Aluminum
FINISH: Black, Bronze, Gray, White, Platinum Silver
OPTICAL ASSEMBLY: Each LED has an individual optical lens
LAMPING: ASL1 = 15 – 50 Watt LED Type II, III, IV, and V / ASL2 = 50 – 100 Watt LED

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100k Hr

LIFESPAN

3K-5K

COLOR

15-100

WATTS

II, III, IV, V

DISTRIBUTION
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