According to Architectural Area Lighting (a Hubbell Lighting brand), the company’s latest site and area lighting option represents an entirely new class of LED luminaire. The LED KicK is claimed to be the industry’s first product to angle upwards while providing full light cutoff. The sleek pole and luminaire are integrated into one angular design that delivers a low-glare solution for walkways, paths, and building entrances. A patent-pending Stair Step optic design allows the luminaire to hide the LEDs when viewed from behind. KicK’s optical system delivers 12,880 lumens at up to 99 lumens per watt with a Dark Sky pleasing 0% uplight and 0% backlight. The luminaire is available in three color temperatures (3000K, 4200K, 5100K); three optical distributions (Type 2, 3, and 4); two sizes for flexibility; and three configurable mounting options including integral pole, tenon-mount, and side-mount.
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