Lusio LED High Bay Fixtures Take Top Honors Two Years in a Row

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Architectural SSL magazine recognizes Lusio as leader in high bay LED lighting innovation

Architectural SSL Magazine's 2012 Product Innovation Awards

Architectural SSL Magazine's 2012 Product Innovation Awards

Lusio Solid-State Lighting announced today that its high bay lighting fixtures have again taken top honors in Architectural SSL magazine’s 2012 Product Innovation Awards. This marks the second win in a row by Lusio in the high bay lighting category of the annual competition. The winners, named in the March issue, will be presented their awards at the LightFair International trade show this May in Las Vegas.

This year’s win rewards Lusio’s newest line of high efficacy fixtures: The Lusio Essentials Bay Series. Economically designed for cost conscious commercial and industrial lighting applications, the Lusio Essentials Bay Series includes models that use up to 60% less energy than traditional metal halide and fluorescent fixtures while delivering approximately 6,000 to 36,000 lumens and efficacies of 92 to 103 lumens per watt.

“Building on the success of last year’s inaugural program, our second edition of the awards proves lighting manufacturers are committed to solid-state lighting technology and are working arduously to deliver better performance, reliability and affordability,” said Jim Crockett, editorial director of Architectural SSL magazine.

Architectural SSL magazine’s judges evaluated Lusio Essentials Bay Series fixtures based on multiple factors including luminous efficacy, color rendering index (CRI), correlated color temperature (CCT), thermal management process, optical approach, and their 7-year warranty.

“The Lusio Essentials Bay Series was engineered to be a superior, energy-saving alternative to traditional fluorescent and HID fixtures,” said Tom Stafford, President and CEO of LightWild and Lusio Solid-State Lighting. “We are pleased the judges have recognized Lusio’s continued dedication to providing high efficacy, energy-efficient high bay lighting solutions by honoring us two years in a row.”

About Lusio Solid-State Lighting

Lusio® Solid-State Lighting fixtures are engineered to meet the lighting requirements of virtually any commercial or industrial space while fully integrating with corporate goals of energy efficiency. Cool operating, low maintenance, and controllable, Lusio fixtures are comprised of two distinct families.

The Lusio Pro-Optics™ Series of feature-rich LED fixtures meets complex lighting requirements particularly where glare control is a critical factor. Available in five light distributions, the Pro-Optics series is listed for dry/damp and wet locations (IP65).

The Lusio Essentials™ Bay Series includes five models of high lumen output fixtures, economically designed for cost conscious applications. These fixtures deliver high lumens, high efficacy, and high lumens per dollar and provide fast paybacks when compared to T5HO and HID fixtures.

The diverse variety of fixtures makes Lusio an energy-saving option for most commercial and industrial applications. Additionally, Lusio stands behind all its fixtures with an industry leading 7-year warranty.

Lusio is a worldwide brand and registered trademark of LightWild. Learn more about Lusio Solid-State Lighting at http://www.LusioLighting.com.

About The Architectural SSL Product Innovation Awards (PIA)

The Architectural SSL Product Innovation Awards (PIA) determine and honor the best LED/ solid-state luminaires and fixtures on the market, while also recognizing the companies behind the components that make up these light sources. The PIA program also recognizes leaders in categories ranging from those conducting cutting-edge R+D, to those helping in the development of standards as well as those pushing to make solid-state lighting a truly sustainable technology.

Construction Business Media, headquartered in Chicago, IL is publisher of Architectural Products, Illuminate and Architectural SSL magazines. The company also operates the ArchLED Conference, markets and partners in TheContinuingArchitect.com educational platform, and maintains websites and electronic extensions of its print publications.

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