WAC Landscape Lighting unveils landscape LED mini accent

Accent lighting piece comes in multiple finishes, looks

WAC Lighting PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y. – WAC Landscape Lighting has recently introduced the Landscape Mini Accent, following the success of their Landscape LED Accent, which won a Lighting for Tomorrow Award.

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IP66 wet-location protected against high-pressure water jets, the factory-sealed watertight luminaire are crafted of solid die cast brass or corrosion-resistant aluminum. Operating on a 9-15V system, the LED Mini Accent can be used as an up light or a down light.

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Available in a 2700K or 3000K color temperature, the luminaire includes continuous adjustable beam angles indexed at 10°, 25°, 40° and 50°. Continuous adjustment brightness control is offered at 1W, 2W, 4W, 6W and 7W. One fixture replaces conventional halogen landscape lights. It delivers up to 365 lumens with a long 70,000-hour life.

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The mini accent can be purchased in Bronze on Aluminum or Bronze on Brass finishes, single or double stem mounts and other options include five-inch long shroud, surface mount flange/stake, guardian mount, gutter mount bracket, tree mount junction box and more.

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