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Spartan Area Light from REVO Lighting Simplifies Installation

REVO Lighting, an Espen Technology brand, has released its Spartan Area Light luminaires that features a unique installation mechanism that allows simple mounting by just one installer. A special mounting bracket is first attached to a 4” or 5” square or round pole. Next, the unique arm mount easily attaches to the bracket with a couple screws, simplifying mounting for just one installer. 

In addition, the Spartan Area Light is both 3-CCT-selectable and 4-wattage-selectable. This allows each Spartan Area Light to replace up to 12 fixed CCT & wattage models, reducing inventory for both contractors and distributors. The CCT-selectable switch offers 3000K, 4000K, or 5000K, while the wattage-selectable switch offers 40% / 60% / 80% / 100% light output options.

Other feature-rich accessories include a dusk-to-dawn photocell, as well as PIR or microwave motion sensors for security and greater energy savings. The luminaire family offers Type II, III, IV, and V light distributions. Light trespass complaints can also be eliminated with a back external glare shield, a full square glare shield, or a back light control shield.

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