Landscape Architect & Specifier News

OCT 2016

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L A S N p ro d u c t p re v i e w U.S. Architectural Lighting Razar LED Generation - Unified Appearance: Site/Area Lights, Wall Mounts, Bollards Until now, LED luminaires for outdoor applications have been created in a vacuum. U.S. Architectural Lighting has changed that with the introduction of the Razar LED Generation, unifying the aesthetics and functionality of all luminaires in the series – site and area lighting, wall mounts and bollards. The distinctive, coherent design maintains architectural harmony and relevance throughout an installation. Of equal importance, state-of- the art optical components are also consistent throughout the line, along with capabilities, such as field rotatability and replacement, range of drive currents, dimming and more. All Razar LED products are 100% engineered and manufactured in our Palmdale, CA facility, including machining, painting and assembly. Even tooling is fabricated in-house utilizing 3D printing technology. Very Low Profile Complementing modern architecture, Razar LED Generation fixtures minimize visual conflict with adjoining buildings. Optical housings are only 2.5" deep allowing Razar to disappear into the surrounding architecture. This shallow profile also results in an E.P.A. of .64 for larger luminaires, allowing the use of lighter and less expensive poles. Multiple sizes keep the appearance balanced in scale, regardless of mounting heights, and luminaires are offered in a select range of finishes, plus custom colors. High Performance PLED Optics The Razar LED Generation optical package has 10 distributions (3 symmetric / 7 asymmetric) allowing the ideal selection of patterns for any challenging site; along with LED count; color temperature; and drive current to provide optimal illumination levels. Controlled optics eliminate uplight and minimize spill light. All LEDs and lenses are arrayed on circuit boards that are field rotatable in 90° increments and are field replaceable. HID equivalent charts are available from U.S. Architectural Lighting demonstrating benefits of LED. For example, 24W LED is equivalent to 50W HID; 120W LED to 250W HID; 260W LED to 575W HID; 396W LED to 750W HID. Razar LED Site/Area Luminaire Three Sizes • Multiple Arm Mount Configurations• 10 Light Distributions • 24 to 120 LEDs • 120V to 480V • High/ Low Dimming • Lens Free Brightness Control • Motion Sensors Razar LED Post Top Two Models • Single Arm and Twin Arm Post Top Mounting • 40 or 80-PLED Optical Modules • Lens Free Design Offers Brightness Control • 10 Distribution Patterns Razar LED Wall Mounts Three Sizes • Low Profile • Only 12" from Wall • 9", 16", 23" Widths • Five Asymmetric Light Patterns • 20, 40, 60 LEDs • HID Equivalent 35W to 400W • Optional 90 Minute Emergency Battery Razar LED Bollards Two Models • Single Head for Perimeter Illumination (Pathway) • Twin Head for Open Areas (Plazas) • Five Asymmetric PLED Optical Panels • Capable of Multiple Distributions in a Single Luminaire • 42" High • Optional 90 Minute Emergency Battery U.S. Architectural Lighting 660 West Avenue O Palmdale, CA 93551 1-800-877-6537 October 2016 53 Information Request # 656

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