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BetaLED Expands its LEDway Streelight Products

Ruud Lighting’s division, BetaLED has expanded its portfolio of LEDway streetlight products with the launch of two slim, discreet LED lighting fixtures called the LEDway SLM IP66 and the LEDway SLM.

BetaLED LEDway SLM streetlight

The new LED luminaires with their new design are suitable substitutes for conventional cobrahead lighting systems. Both fixtures have NanoOptic product technology to offer superior target lighting capability. They integrate expandable light modules engineered to substitute 70-250 W high-pressure sodium cobrahead systems.

The LEDway SLM IP66 is the IP-66 rated edition of the LEDway SLM. It can be fixed to a horizontal or vertical tenon for enhanced flexibility. It is complaint with CE, ENEC, cUL and UL specifications. It is available with choices of products, including an occupancy sensor, painted extrusion, dimming and two-level functionalities.

The LEDway SLM is comparatively less expensive than its IP-66 edition but with limited choices. The UL-compliant luminaire can be fixed directly to the current pole setups. Both luminaires are designed and produced in the US and fulfill the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act’s Buy American Requirements.

According to the President of Ruud Lighting, Christopher Ruud, the company has designed the sleek profiles matching the capability of larger lighting fixtures by utilizing the advancements in technology continuously.



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