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RAB Field-Adjustable Throw Wall Packs Put Light Where It’s Needed

RAB has expanded its outdoor wall pack lighting product offering with the new field-adjustable W22 Series. Offering application flexibility, the W22 Series features a tiltable light engine that allows users to adjust the forward throw and put light exactly where it is needed. With a spin of a dial, the W22 adjustable throw wall pack can be tilted to better highlight building perimeters, reduce glare, eliminate light trespass and more. Users can choose from 0, 15, 30, or 45° to control where the light gets thrown.

Selectability doesn’t end with forward throw on the W22. With three sizes available that cover most old HID footprints, each model also has four selectable wattages and three CCTs as well as an on/off photocell, for maximized flexibility in the field:

Small: 30/25/20/15W
Medium: 60/50/40/30W or 100/85/70/50W Large: 150/125/100/75W

Battery backup versions are also available. The battery backup models supply power for 90 minutes.​​​ In addition, ​​​480V models are available.

All W22s come with a 100,000-hour lifespan and carry RAB’s 5 Year Limited Warranty.

More information available here

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