3 Wattages - 3 Lumen Outputs - 2 Colors - Selectable LED Wall Pack Fixture
Watts 30-40-50 - Lumens 4500-5500-6900 - Kelvin 4000-5000 - Integrated Photocell - DLC 5.1 Premium - Dimmable - 120-277 Volt - PLT Solutions - PLT-11926
- Excellent efficacy of 149 Lumens Per Watt
- Heavy-duty housing and lens for long-lasting durability
- DLC 5.1 Premium
- 0-10V dimming
- IP65 rated
Get the benefits of selectable lighting with this PLT-11926 LED wall pack by PLT Solutions that can be adjusted between three wattage levels and two color temperatures. This dusk-to-dawn fixture makes controlling light easy by automatically turning itself on and off due to its integrated photocell sensor.
6 Fixtures In 1: This wall pack fixture replaces 6 separate fixtures by having switches for color temperature selections of 4000K and 5000K and wattage selections of 30W, 40W, and 50W inside the fixture. This allows the fixture to adapt to whatever your lighting needs are without the need for additional fixtures or re-installation.
DLC Premium 5.1 - Why is it important? The Premium rating is a higher-performance classification for luminaires. DLC Premium products must meet higher efficacy and longer-lasting lumen maintenance. Premium indoor luminaires also include a lower Unified Glare Rating.
Lumens Per Watt – What does it mean? This term refers to the energy-efficiency of a light source, or how much visible light a source produces compared to the amount of electricity it uses. The higher the number, the less costly it is to run the light.
What is 0-10 Volt Dimming? Fixtures that are 0-10V dimming require a particular dimmer that can communicate to the driver inside the fixture. This communication requires a pair of low voltage wires that would connect to each fixture. These 2 wires, typically violet and grey would connect to the violet and grey wires coming from each fixture. As the dimming toggle is raised or lowered, a signal from 0-10 volts is sent telling the fixture how much light to emit. A 10-volt signal tells the fixture to give 100% brightness. Lowering the dimmer lowers the signal sent and smooth dimming is achieved. These dimmers allow for control of multiple fixtures and depending on the exact specifications of the fixtures can dim the light source down to 10% or lower without the buzzing or flickering associated with standard dimmers. The maximum wattage of a 0-10V dimming system is substantially higher than that of a standard dimming system. For example, a 0-10V Dimming switch with an 8 Amp load rating can control 960 Watts worth of LED Fixtures at 120V. That same dimmer can control 2216 Watts at 277 Volt. In comparison, the average maximum load rating of a standard LED Dimmer is only 150 Watts.
Note: Lumen outputs shown are for wattage selections in the 5000 Kelvin color temperature. Please refer to the attached spec sheet for all lumen outputs.
|MPN (Part No.)||PLT-11926|
|DLC Part Number||PLTBD26[Blank,P,E]|
|LED Chip Type||Lumileds|
|Color Temperature||4000 Kelvin/5000 Kelvin/Selectable|
|Wattage||30 Watt/40 Watt/50 Watt|
|Fixture Type||Color and Wattage Selectable/Wall Pack|
|Ratings and Certifications||DLC Premium 5.1/IP65/UL|
|Max. Ambient Temperature||113 Deg. F|
|Metal Halide Equal||250 Watt|
|Housing||Die Cast Aluminum|
|Operating Temp||-40 Deg. to 113 Deg. F|