IESNA LM-79 & LM-80 Testing: RAB LED luminaires have been tested by an independent laboratory in accordance with IESNA LM-79 and LM-80, and have received the Department of Energy "Lighting Facts" label.
LEDs: 4x13W high-output, long-life LEDs.
Lifespan: 100,000-hour LED lifespan based on IES LM-80 results and TM-21 calculations.
Color Consistency: 3-step MacAdam Ellipse binning to achieve consistent fixture-to-fixture color.
Color Stability: LED color temperature is warrantied to shift no more than 200K in CCT over a 5 year period.
Color Uniformity: RAB's range of CCT (Correlated Color Temperature) follows the guidelines of the American National Standard for Specifications for the Chromaticity of Solid State Lighting (SSL) Products, ANSI C78.377-2015.
Drivers (2): Constant Current, 720mA, Class 2 with 6kV surge protection, 100-277VAC, 50/60 Hz.
THD: 7.8% at 120V, 10.6% at 277V
Cold Weather Starting: Minimum starting temperature is -40° F (-40° C)
Maximum Ambient Temperature: Suitable for use in 104° F (40°C) ambient temperatures
Effective Projected Area: EPA = 1.2
Housing: Precision die-cast aluminum, Type V distribution.
Support Arms: Extruded aluminum.
Lens: Clear tempered glass lens.
Reflector: Specular vacuum-metallized polycarbonate, Type V distribution.
Gaskets: High-temperature silicone
Finish: Formulated for high-durability and long lasting color.
Green Technology: Mercury and UV free. RoHS compliant components. Polyester powder coat finish formulated without the use of VOC or toxic heavy metals.
Patents: The designs of the ALED5T52 are protected by patents pending in US, Canada, China, Taiwan and Mexico.
Country of Origin: Designed by RAB in New Jersey and assembled in the USA by RAB's IBEW Local 3 workers.
Buy American Act Compliant: This product is a COTS item manufactured in the United States, and is compliant with the Buy American Act.
Recovery Act (ARRA) Compliant: This product complies with the 52.225-21 "Required Use of American Iron, Steel, and Manufactured Goods-- Buy American Act-- Construction Materials (October 2010).
GSA Schedule: Suitable in accordance with FAR Subpart 25.4.