AEI Lighting 150W Gas Station Max Induction Fixture with Lamps

AEI Lighting 150W Gas Station Max Induction Fixture with Lamps

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    • Metal Halide [HID] Equivalent
      320 Watt HID
    • Mounting Height
      29 - 35 Feet
    • Type of Area
      Gas Station & Convenience Store, Hangers & Storage
    • Certifications
      Made in America, UL Listed
    • Color Temperature [Kelvin]
    • Lamp Life:
      100,000 Hours
    • CRI
    • Dimensions
      14.75" x 17.5" x 13.58"
    • Length
    • Width
    • Height
    • Manufacturer
      AEI Lighting
    • Manufacturer's Warranty
      2 Year
    • Part Number
    • Technology
      Induction - New Fixture
    • Voltage
      Multivolt 120V-277V
    • Wattage
      150 Watt
    • Weight Each
      20.00 lbs
    • Ballast Start Type
      Instant Start
    • Bulbs Included?
    • Beam Angle

      AEI Lighting energy efficient 150W Induction 100,000 hour gas station lighting fixture. Ideal for saving 40%-62.5% energy by retrofitting an existing 250W-400W HID gas station lighting fixture. 

      ShineRetrofits Input:

      These fixtures are made specifically for gas station canopy applications.  Whether you need lighting fixtures for a new gas station or want to save energy with your existing facility these fixtures are ideal.  The fixtures are specifically engineered for gas station environments and includes a heavy duty die-cast aluminum housing with high impact/heat resistant borosilicate glass for great light distribution.  In addition the fixture is sealed using a silicone rubber gasket to prevent any leakage from the outside and an anodized aluminum designed reflector for great light output and distribution.  They will mount to the surface of your canopy ceiling and install where the existing fixtures are.  Induction lamp technology is engineered to last 100,000 hours, which means they will easily last over 10 years.  This means you don't have to schedule to have the bulbs replaced and spend money on the labor, lifts, and lamps to swap them out.  Induction lamps maintain their light output and do not significantly depreciate like HID's do.  The bottom line is that you'll have an energy efficient brightly lit gas station with no maintenance costs for at least 10 years.

      When using average electricity rates around the country the energy and maintenance savings typically will produce a 1-2 year payback when retrofitting current HID, HPS, or LPS inefficient gas station light fixtures. Be sure to check with your local utility company for lighting or custom energy efficiency rebates to help cover the costs and save you even more money, and give us a call if you would like help with solutions!

      Features and Benefits:

      •Wattage: 40w, 80w, 120w & 150w
      •Lamp Life Rating: 100,000 hours
      •CCT: 2700K, 3500K, 4100K or 5000K
      •CRI: 90
      •Vibration & Shock Resistance: Excellent
      •Also available in 120V, 208V, 220V, 240V & 277V

      Fixture Specifications:

      •UL Listed for wet locations
      •Reflector is designed for maximum photometric
      efficiency and optimum light distribution
      •High-impact polycarbonate lens
      •Heavy-duty die-cast aluminum housing with highimpact/
      heat resistant borosilicate glass for ultimate
      light distribution. Silicon rubber gasket included.
      •1/2” tapped holes available for optional photocell
      •Other colors available, consult AEI factory
      •Consult AEI factory for other accessory options

      40% energy savings when converting your current 250W HID fixture to this 150W Gas Station Induction Fixture!

      62.5% energy savings when converting your current 400W HID fixture to this 150W Gas Station Induction Fixture!

      Kit Package Includes:
      1 AEI Lighting Gas Station Max Fixture
      1 150W 100,000 Hour Induction Lamp

      *Fixture lead time may vary as some order will be custom manufactured to meet order requirements.  Lead time may take up to three weeks in some cases.

      • Gas Stations
      • Industrial Bay Applications
      • Open Bay damp or wet locations

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