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Old 09-27-2011, 07:44 AM
RLI Electric RLI Electric is offline
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Question on a fixture

Anyone ever hear of a fixture made by Solavante? I just looked at a project and the guy has about 100 of these for both interior and exterior uplighting. It says they are IP67, which I cannot remember if is good or not. Feel free to PM me in case it is a bad review, I don't want any hurt feelings here. Thanks.
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Old 09-27-2011, 06:51 PM
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ip67 is a great rating. One short of being completely submersible

As for Solavante ive never seen in person or used them
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Old 10-14-2011, 02:38 PM
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There is a web site <http://www.solavantilighting.com/> and they offer both a 2010 and an "outdoor" catalogue download.

I'm not impressed with their shielding or their understanding what it takes for a fixture to survive in the landscape. See the "Spike" 2X3 W Outdoor spotlights. <http://www.solavantilighting.com/download/designPDFs/Solavanti_PERF_NEW_LED_10_outdoor.pdf>
There appears to be some confusion, I found both an IP65 rating & an IP67 rating for the same fixture on the same page. They are also 120 volt and offer "plug-ins"

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