SEPCO Debuts SolarPierwalk LED: Contemporary Teardrop-Design Outdoor Fixtures Provide White Light Totally Off Grid
New Product Introduction: Working in an arrangement with Beacon Products, longtime outdoor design-lighting specialist, SEPCO has made Beacon’s Pierwalk into an optimally available solar-power outdoor system, SolarPierwalk LED. It is a 100% solar-powered, pole-mounted LED area, roadway, parking lot, walkway and perimeter light. SolarPierwalk LED provides ultra long-lasting, white light specifically where needed and completely off the grid. It is concurrently 100% self-storing and self-recharging.
Product Design: SEPCO, the Solar Electric Power Company’s in-house solar lighting product development and engineering team.
Manufacturer: SEPCO, founded 1994, is a U.S.-based entrepreneurial family-owned manufacturer of solar lighting and off-grid solar power systems exclusively. Use SolarPierwalk where standard electric grid power is cost-prohibitive or where a “green alternative” to ordinary outdoor lighting and power supply is preferred.
Product Applications: SEPCO’s state-of-the-art SolarPierwalk LED outdoor lighting fixtures readily replace standard line-power luminaires in site and area applications. These include college campuses, stadiums, and arenas; parks of all kinds and sizes, and municipal areas; roadway and walkway lighting for all manner of retail, banks, restaurants, commercial enterprises, and multi-use buildings in urban/suburban locales as direct replacements for electrical power feeds.
Product Description: SolarPierwalk LED is a lasting distinctive, contemporary outdoor luminaire design. Each unit arrives complete with LEDs, mounting pole and LED driver used to operate the fixtures from its integral solar-charged batteries.
Compact solar-panel assemblies for SEPCO™ SolarPierwalk are selected and programmed by SEPCO™ in-house solar-lighting engineers to recharge concealed storage-battery assemblies, customizing SolarPierwalk illumination to location and use.
Construction and Finishes: Available in four designs, each SolarPierwalk LED light housing measures 17.5-inches round by 19.43-inches high. All relevant luminaire components are rugged low-copper marine-grade cast aluminum for longevity.
Fixture wattages range from a mere 15 to 60 watts, in a choice of IES Type III and Type V full-cutoff light-distribution patterns, for task-specific illumination. For ocean shore areas, SEPCO endangered sea-turtle LED lighting is also available.
Each LED has an individual optical lens. Fixtures are dimmable and meet high IP66 ingress protection standards; are UL, cUL listed. LEDs have greater than 70% retained lumens after 50,000 hours. LED Driver life is 100,000 hours at 25 degrees C.
SolarPierwalk LED solar power assemblies range from 30 to 550 watts, with battery sizes providing a minimum of five days autonomy.
Light pole options are available by power-assembly size, local wind-load requirements, and with direct in-ground burial, anchor and transformer base options. SolarPierwalk LED mounts directly to decorative post-top poles with a separately mounted solar battery, or the solar panel can also be mounted lower on a pole design selected by the customer.
Polyester powder-coated finishes for luminaires, solar power assemblies, poles and other exposed components are available in Black, Bronze, Gray, Green or White, standard; custom colors are optional. SEPCO manufactures the complete system in their modern plant in Florida.
Contact Information: Literature, specifications and pricing for SEPCO SolarPierwalk, or for any of the wide-ranging SEPCO outdoor area, roadway, walkway and landscape lighting solar-power models, can be obtained by contacting SEPCO Solar Electric Power Company, 1521 SE Palm Court, Stuart, Florida 34994. Telephone: (800) 974-9918 or (772) 220-6615. Fax: (772) 220-8616. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more about SEPCO from the World Wide Web at http://www.sepco-solarlighting.com.
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