G&G Industrial Lighting has developed a new LED board for the WPX harsh environment and HLX hazardous location series fixtures that has increased efficiency, now with up to 160 lumens per watt. This improvement coincides with a new offering of a Super High Output (SHO) variation of WPX and HLX, producing up to 16,000 lumens in G&G’s patented 1″ low-profile, waterproof, and corrosion-resistant housing.
The WPX linear LED luminaire is designed specifically for use in harsh environments, offering up to 2,000 lumens per foot within a seamless polymeric housing, which provides IP68/IP69K ingress protection and is specialized for superior chemical resistance. Convenient push-and-click connectors and cabling make WPX easy to install and daisy chain, allowing for runs of up to 22 fixtures on one power supply. Its seamless polymeric outer shell provides IP68/IP69K ingress waterproof protection and is specialized for chemical resistance. An additional protective coating is available which integrates a UV inhibitor and UV blocker for outdoor applications.
The HLX hazardous location linear LED luminaire is Class 1, Division 2 and Class 2, Division 2 rated. Its slim profile allows users to bring bright, crisp light to applications where other fixtures simply cannot while heavy duty quick-connect cabling simplifies the installation process and supports a variety of layouts. A seamless polymeric outer shell provides IP68/IP69K ingress protection and is specialized for chemical resistance.
“G&G’s unwavering dedication to continuous improvement keeps us focused on being at the forefront of technology,” says Caleb Peterson, Engineering Manager. “The fact that we do all of our engineering, testing, and manufacturing in-house allows us to innovate and quickly implement advancements to our products.”
Both WPX and HLX features CCTs of 5000K and 4000K, typical CRIs of 85, and ceiling or wall mounting. They come in lengths of 2′, 4′, 6′, and 8′ and are available in standard, high, and super high output versions. As with all G&G products, these luminaires are made in the U.S.