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Brighter Than Ever! New 7300 Lumen Canopy Light Joins Canopy Line

By Heather Asiyanbi July 10, 2014 2302 Views No comments

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With the introduction of the brightest, most energy efficient LED canopy light to date, e-conolight offers a full range of LED canopy fixtures. 

The new, 7300 lumen 72W low-profile canopy light provides brighter light at a fraction of the energy cost of 250W metal halide canopy fixtures. Overall, the 7300 lumen canopy provides over 100 lumens per watt.canopy fixtures for nearly any application.

With the introduction of the new LED canopy light, customers have additional options for more targeted illumination. The E-CP2L series – including the new 7300 lumen canopy – are ideal for applications like exterior canopies and parking garage lighting. These fixtures feature individually molded precision optics to provide more control of light output and flexible mounting options from eight to 20 feet.

Customers looking for more general illumination will appreciate the E-CC3L and E-CC4L series of LED canopy fixtures. Comparable to a 100W PSMH light, the E-CC3L and E-CC4L series operates at 3350 lumens and just 36 watts for brighter light at significant energy cost savings.  These LED canopy lights are perfect for general soffit locations above sidewalks, walkways and entryways.

At 4000K and 5000K and lumens ranging from 2800 to 7300, e-conolight offers an LED canopy fixture to fit almost any application. 

DLC and ENERGY STAR: Why Qualification Matters

By Heather Asiyanbi April 2, 2014 2824 Views No comments

If you’ve been shopping e-conolight for any amount of time, chances are you’ve encountered the DLC and ENERGY STAR badges on a few products. But … do you know what they mean?

DLC BadgeBoth the DLC and ENERGY STAR badges help customers identify quality and long-lasting products for commercial (DLC) and residential (ENERGY STAR) applications.

DLC (Design Lights Consortium) is well-known in commercial circles for lighting products primarily used outside. 

Receiving the DLC certification is not an easy process; benchmarks for quality are tough to meet, and only items that go through rigorous third-party testing to meet those marks get qualified. For example, many fixtures must operate at 70 percent lumen maintenance or above for a minimum of 50,000 hours and offer a five-year warranty.

Customers who choose DLC-certified light fixtures for their commercial application are also eligible for utility rebates in many states.* 

ENERGY STAR rates indoor residential items including lighting and appliances.

ENERGY STARProducts that qualify for the ENERGY STAR badge are also tested by approved third-party facilities. Those that meet ENERGY STAR standards for pollution reduction and increased energy cost savings receive the distinctive blue badge.

Residential customers can also take advantage of utility company rebates in several states when they purchase ENERGY STAR appliances for their homes.*

DLC and ENERGY STAR products on e-conolight.com:

*Utility rebates vary by state and company. Customers should check with their utility for eligibility rules.