Hubbell Lighting’s LXEM LED Industrial Luminaire is made to illuminate industrial environments

Hubbell Lighting’s LXEM LED Enclosed and Gasketed Fiberglass Industrial Luminaire is built with design flexibility in mind. The LXEM is available in a wide range of lumen packages and offered in three different lengths—all in the same family.

Available in 2’, 4’, or 8’ lengths, the LXEM is made to illuminate industrial environments including wet locations, warehouses and food preparation areas. The LXEM is constructed to have an F1 weatherability rated fiberglass housing and the gasket is built to be non-porous to ensure seal and reliability. Lens selections include frosted linear ribbed acrylic lens (RFA), ribbed polycarbonate, or deep profile frost—all constructed to be firmly secured with tamper resistance-ready polycarbonate latches. The smooth surface of the luminaire is designed for quick and easy cleaning.

With a choice of three color temperatures (3500K, 4000K, and 5000K), the LXEM is made to offer long-life 50,000 hour LEDs at L80 for significantly reduced maintenance. Variety and options continue with up to five available lumen packages—LW (Low Watt), ML (Medium Lumen), HL (High Lumen), VL (Very High Lumen), and XL (Xtra High Lumen)—ranging from 3,000 to 18,600 lumens. The standard LXEM operation temperature ranges between -40 degree Celsius to 25 degrees Celsius and the HT option allows the LXEM to operate between -40 and 40 degrees Celsius. Additionally, the LXEM is designed to provide an installed 1400 lumen emergency battery pack option.

The LXEM is built to be chain suspended or pendant mounted and the product includes surface mounting brackets. Occupancy and/ or daylight sensing accessories are also available.

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