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ABT/Ecolink fixtures

Discussion in 'Landscape Lighting' started by S&MLL, Feb 29, 2012.

  1. S&MLL

    S&MLL LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 751

    Whats everyone's thought on these. I have a few samples in testing right now. I hope to do a full write up soon for everyone.

    The first thing I will say is their "creative" packaging. Everything fits like a glove into a box. And its thin cardboard packaging. Not your normal heavy duty packaging. Should save some time during morning setup. Nothing is worse then trying to assemble fixtures on a windy day. Plastic bags flying one way. Twisty ties another.

    Well Ill post some pictures in a few days. But I think everything is up on their website
  2. INTEGRA Bespoke Lighting

    INTEGRA Bespoke Lighting LawnSite Platinum Member
    Posts: 4,102

    I took a look, pretty limited product line, and the bullet looks like they wedged in some LED tech into an existing "white metal" moonrays mold. Similar to the one the Blisslights used for a while and a that a speaker company is now using. Very limited product specifications.

    I have yet to purchase pro-grade lighting components based on the features of the packaging. :)

    Let us know how they perfom.
  3. S&MLL

    S&MLL LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 751

    I guess you Canadians can be funny from time to time hahaha.

    It seems cheap white metal. But they claim to anodize and powedercoat. But no one seemed to know what the anodize process really does in terms of corrosion or paint fade.
  4. starry night

    starry night LawnSite Silver Member
    Posts: 2,738

    The fixtures may not look strong but look at their claims for the LEDs:
    operating voltage 6-20 VAC; dimmable 10-100% at the fixture; lens changeable at the fixture for beam spread.
    The chip is Nichia at 2700K temperature.

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