WAC Landscape Lighting introduces new Hardscape Luminaires

Four sizes and three finishes offered

PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y. – WAC Landscape Lighting introduces new Hardscape LED luminaires for a variety of exterior lighting applications.

Designed to illuminate the outdoor space, the new Hardscape Luminaires feature Dual 2700K and 3000K CCTs and integral brightness control. The luminaires can enhance stone or rock columns and retaining walls, facades, rails, steps and other outdoor living areas.

Operating with a constant output of 9-15 volts, the fixtures deliver up to 330 lumens with a 90-plus CRI and a life of over 50,000 hours. IP66 rated and protected against high-pressure water jets, these landscape luminaires are factory sealed watertight fixtures.

See related: WAC Landscape Lighting unveils new LED landscape bollards

The hardscape fixtures are crafted of corrosion resistant aluminum alloy and tightly spaced with diffused LEDs for even illumination.

WAC Landscape Lighting introduces new Hardscape Luminaires   Four sizes are available: 3, 6, 12 and 18 inches; however the latter three offer the technological advancements of CCT selection and integral brightness control. Three architectural finishes are offered: bronze on aluminum, graphite and sand.

Mounting accessories are included.

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