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EYE Lighting kiaroLED Outdoor Luminaire Adds 480 Volt Model to Family

MENTOR, Ohio –  EYE Lighting International, a leading provider of lamps, luminaires, and related lighting products, has announced the addition of a 480V model to its popular kíaroLED family of outdoor luminaires.  kíaroLED now offers a cost-effective solution for customers with 480V incoming supply by stepping down to 277V with an internal autotransformer.
The 480V kíaroLED comes with a factory installed step down autotransformer which is contained in an IP-66 rated sealed chamber.  No longer will customers with 480V systems have to field convert luminaires to 277V, saving significant time and installation expense.  “kíaroLED is known for superior control of backlight, uplight and glare, through precision optics, delivering light where needed, making it a desired luminaire for a multitude of applications,” said Teresa Bair, LC, marketing director for the kíaroLED product family. “We are pleased to now provide customers with 480V systems an LED lighting solution that is easy to specify.”
The identical autotransformer also steps down 347V systems, typically found in Canada, to 200V.
About EYE Lighting International
EYE Lighting International, with over 100,000 square feet of manufacturing space located near Cleveland, Ohio, is a leading provider of lamps and related lighting products.  For more than 20 years, the company has introduced the latest technologies in High-Intensity-Discharge and Halogen lamps, luminaires and related lighting products to designers and specifiers.
EYE Lighting high performance products are known for excellent color rendering, long-life, reliability, and superior quality… testimony to its ISO Certifications. EYE Lighting is the only lighting company in the world with an ISO 17025 accredited lab under the same roof as manufacturing. Every day satisfied customers specify EYE Lighting products to reduce energy use, save money, and meet sustainability goals.

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