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Parkway Square
Mfg: Architectural Area Lighting Published: 2011 Version: PWS 0311 60 pages
Parkway Square family of fixtures are the most efficient sources commercially available today, including energy efficient LED, induction, metal halide and compact fluorescent. Its horizontal reflector models are designed to direct illumination to the ground with no stray light. The result is more light with less energy consumption. Add to My Library
Universe Collection
Mfg: Architectural Area Lighting Published: 2010 Version: Universe 110 52 pages
The Universe is designed to use electrical energy in the most efficient possible way. The reflectors are designed to direct the illumination on the ground with no stray light which translates into wasted energy. AAL is a registered continuing education provider. This ensures no light is beamed into the sky which contributes to light pollution and wastes energy. Add to My Library
Designer SSL Series
Mfg: Architectural Area Lighting Published: 2010 Version: SSL Series 52 pages
Instantly retrieve aaL product spec sheets while browsing the catalog! Use Quick Response (QR) technology to download aaL spec sheets using these three easy steps: 1. Designer SSL Series offers contemporary styling that will stand the test of time. Aluminum dissipates heat away from leDs individual Microemitters are easily field changeable. Add to My Library
Spectra
Mfg: Architectural Area Lighting Published: 2010 Version: Spectra 110 34 pages
The Spectra is designed to use electrical energy in the most efficient possible way. The reflectors are designed to direct the illumination on the ground with no stray light which translates into wasted energy. The result is more light with less energy consumption. Light Pollution The Spectra offers a full cutoff option which means there is no light emitted above 90° horizontal. Add to My Library
Promenade Series
Mfg: Architectural Area Lighting Published: 2010 Version: Promenade 110 32 pages
The reflectors are designed to direct the illumination on the ground with no stray light which translates into wasted energy. The result is more light with less energy consumption. We manufacture all our products to have a life span as long as the building or space they illuminate. The primary material used for both our luminaire and pole products is aluminum to resist corrosion and the need for maintenance. Add to My Library
Providence
Mfg: Architectural Area Lighting Published: 2010 Version: Providence 110 32 pages
A key element to good visibility when lighting an outdoor environment is uniformity. Uniformity is the ratio between the minimum to maximum footcandle levels in the environment. Our eyes perceive the minimum and maximum levels, which is why a low minimum to maximum ratio is important. Good uniformity allows you to “see” better at night, because your eyes are not constantly adjusting between bright and dimly illuminated areas. Add to My Library
Arts and Crafts
Mfg: Architectural Area Lighting Published: 2010 Version: 110 32 pages
We manufacture all our products to have a life span as long as the building or space they illuminate�� the primary material used for both our luminaire and pole products is aluminum to resist corrosion and the need for maintenance�� Aluminum will not need the periodic refinishing required of steel products that Add to My Library
Oculus Precision Floodlighting
Mfg: Architectural Area Lighting Published: 2010 Version: Oculus 110 28 pages
ENERGY EFFICIENCY The light sources employed in the Oculus family of fixtures are the most efficient sources commercially available today. The reflectors are designed to direct the illumination to the surface with no stray light which translates into wasted energy. The result is more light where you need it with less energy consumption. Add to My Library
Mitre
Mfg: Architectural Area Lighting Published: 2010 Version: Mitre 110 28 pages
The Mitre is designed to use electrical energy in the most efficient possible way. The reflectors are designed to direct the illumination on the ground with no stray light which translates into wasted energy. The result is more light with less energy consumption. The Mitre reflectors are designated as a full cutoff which means there is no light emitted above 90 degrees horizontal. Add to My Library
Mini.eSconce
Mfg: Architectural Area Lighting Published: 2010 Version: esconce 611 28 pages
The light sources employed in the eSconce family of fixtures are the most efficient sources commercially available today. The reflectors are designed to direct the illumination on the ground with no stray light which translates into wasted energy. The result is more light with less energy consumption. Add to My Library
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