Two Wrap Luminaires Resist UV Aging

Columbia Lighting has introduced two wrap luminaires to the marketplace, the CRW Round Wrap and the CNW Narrow Wrap. Both are included in the tradeSELECT collection of products, which are value focused solutions with stock availability and made with fully qualified components.

Both wrap luminaires are included in the tradeSELECT collection of products.
Both wrap luminaires are included in the tradeSELECT collection of products.

CRW

The CRW is a 4-foot round wrap with decorative end caps. It is offered with both Switchable CCT and Switchable Lumens, each having a three-position switch located on the driver. Having both CCT and Lumen Switchable allows for field modification to meet the project needs and it also eliminates the need for Hubbell’s stocking partners to carry additional SKU’s.

The CRW has efficacy up to 153 Lumens per Watt. The Switchable CCT offering is 3500/4000/5000K and the Switchable Lumen offering is 28/34/40W, resulting in a 3,700 to 5,800 lumen range. 

Another key feature on the CRW is the enhanced magnetic end caps which keeps the end caps and housing connected to eliminate light leaks.

The features and benefits of CRW:

  • 0-10V dimming to 10 percent
  • 120-277V
  • 80+ CRI
  • Acrylic lens for superior efficiency, resistance to UV aging

CNW

The CNW is a 4-inch narrow wrap with decorative end caps. It is suitable for numerous applications where value, aesthetics and performance are priority. It features 3500 Lumens, 4000K and efficacy of 116 Lumens per Watt.

Product depth is only 2.1-inches. It ships fully assembled and only requires the removal of the lens for installation and wiring. 

The features and benefits of CNW:

  • 0-10V dimming to 10 percent
  • 80+ CRI
  • Acrylic lens for efficiency, resistance to UV aging

Read more information on Hubbell Lighting’s portfolio of tradeSELECT fixtures.

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