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Barron Lighting Group Debuts LED Area Luminaire

Arizona-based Barron Lighting Group debuted the RXAR Series LED area luminaire for commercial and industrial lighting applications.

Crafted with a rugged, one-piece die-cast aluminum housing, the RXAR Series stands out for its exceptional efficacy of up to 172 lumens per watt. Its design not only ensures optimal heat dissipation, but also guarantees energy efficiency, longevity, and reliability.

The RXAR Series LED area luminaire offers unparalleled versatility to meet a wide range of lighting needs. With available distributions in Type II, III, IV, and V, it caters to diverse requirements while maintaining zero uplight to eliminate light pollution.

Adding to its flexibility, the RXAR Series comes with field-switchable power options ranging from 6,200 to 62,400 lumens, and CCTs of 3000K, 4000K, and 5000K. This allows for customization to suit various environments and lighting conditions. Additionally, the luminaire includes a straight arm for mounting to both 4- and 5-inch square or round poles, further enhancing its adaptability.

The RXAR Series is also LiteLogic compatible, offering users the ability to control the fixture from the user-friendly app on their phone.

“For over 50 years, Barron Lighting Group has been at the forefront of lighting innovation, and the RXAR Series LED area luminaire is a testament to our ongoing commitment to excellence,” said Claudia Campeau, Trace-Lite Brand Manager. “We are proud to offer our customers a product that not only meets but exceeds their lighting needs while also prioritizing energy efficiency and environmental sustainability.”

The RXAR Series LED area luminaire is now available, providing an ideal solution for a wide array of applications, including parking lots, walkways, campuses, and other outdoor spaces.

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