Dome-top commercial LED bollards: Ruga from Access Fixtures

These bollard lights have a heavy-duty dome-top shape with a classic appearance appropriate for various locations.
These bollard lights have a heavy-duty dome-top shape with a classic appearance appropriate for various locations. Photo credit: Access Fixtures

Access Fixtures has introduced a new line of medium-socket dome-top bollard lights. Called the Ruga, the bollard lights come in 11-watt, 16-watt and 20-watt versions, in addition to a customizable medium socket option.

These bollard lights have a heavy-duty dome-top shape with a classic appearance appropriate for various locations, and are finished in architectural bronze die-cast aluminum and come in a standard height of 43" and a diameter of 8". If desired, the height of the Ruga may be cut anywhere down to 12" high.

The Ruga was initially designed with a major hotel chain in mind. This chain desired medium socket bollard lights that would be customizable, cheap to maintain and easy to replace. The LED bulbs inside the 11-watt, 16-watt and 20-watt models are rated for 25,000 hours of life, making them ideal longevity and easy replacement. Kelvin options vary between lamp wattages, ranging from 2700K to 5000K. 80+ CRI renders colors bright and true to the eye.

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All of the Ruga bollards use a 120v medium socket, and all of the Ruga bollard lights are equipped with a five-year warranty.

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