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CINCINNATI, Feb. 26, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) --
LSI Industries Inc. (Nasdaq:LYTS) announced today that the Company was honored to have its LED Patriot Wall Sconce (XPWS3) and LED Hyperion Bollard (XHYP3) fixtures recognized in the Fifth Annual Next Generation Luminaires™ (NGL) Design Competition. LSI's XPWS3 AND XHYP3 fixtures were two of the 37 products recognized out of an original 176 entries. The NGL was launched in 2008 "to promote excellence in the design of energy-efficient LED luminaires for general illumination in commercial lighting applications. The idea behind NGL is to make it easier for lighting designers and specifiers to find LED lighting products that are worthy of specification." It is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America, and the International Association of Lighting Designers.
Featuring unique dual-beam optics with both symmetric (360°) and sidewalk (180°) options, the
XHYP3 Bollard projects the right amount of light in the areas where you want to provide a seamless transition between transitional zones. It is available with built-in Doppler motion sensor, photocells, battery backup and vandal-resistant mounting.
LED Patriot Wall Sconce delivers exceptional uniformity with full cutoff to create a brighter environment at lower light levels, making it ideal for entrance, egress and security lighting. Featuring a sleek die-cast aluminum housing, the XPWS3 is available with multiple reflector distributions, LED color temperatures, optical packages, and drive currents. Sensors in both the driver and optical unit provide intelligent thermal control.
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