Jarvis Lights WLFT-400 105 Watt LED Large Forward Throw Wall Pack Security Light Fixture 400W Metal Halide Equivalent

Jarvis Lights WLFT-400 105 Watt LED Large Forward Throw Wall Pack Security Light Fixture 400W Metal Halide Equivalent

  • $289.88


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The WLFT-400 is a forward throw LED Wall Pack that produces over 11,000 lumens with 105 Watts and is equivalent to a 400 Watt metal halide fixture. Features Jarvis Corp's patent-pending optical system which allows for brighter illumination and decreases any misdirected light.  This fixture is DLC Listed and qualifies for utility rebates and boasts a long fixture life of 75,000-100,000 hours.  Perfect for security lighting, commercial lighting, car washes and other applications.

• LEDs: WLFT Series features high-efficiency LEDs. Fewer diodes are needed to create equal or more light.
• Optics: WLFT Series features patent-pending optics that control light spread. Over 90% of the light is directed downward and outward, improving the distance this light illuminates. The optics are enclosed by a prismatic glass lens.
• Housing: Die-cast aluminum construction provides durability. Bronze powder-coat finish is standard.
• Mounting: Standard style wall-pack housing makes mounting simple. Conduit can enter from all sides and/or back of fixture. Design allows for back mounting plate to be mounted separately from LED components, making for “hands free” wiring.
• Dimming: WLFT Series is compatible with 0-10V dimming controls.
• Photo-cells and Motion Sensors: WLFT series is compatible with many photocells and motion sensors. Consult Jarvis Corp for more information.
• Certifications: ETL Listed. Conforms to required UL 1598. Suitable for wet locations. WLFT-400 is on the DesignLights Consortium™ Qualified Products List.
• California Title 24: Meets Title 24 requirements when installed with controls. Contact Jarvis Corp for more information.
Rebates: The WLFT Series qualifies for many government and utility rebates.

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