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Eaton: Illuminating Engineering Society Recognizes 4 of Company's LED Products for Technical Achievement


 

Peachtree City, Ga. — Sept. 23, 2015 — Power management company Eaton announced that the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES) Progress Committee has recognized four of its light-emitting diode (LED) luminaires for inclusion in the 2015 IES Progress Report.

That report showcases products that provide significant technical advancement in the art and science of lighting over the last year. Eaton has had nearly 50 LED products accepted in the last five years.

All of the products submitted for evaluation in the report undergo a rigorous assessment process and are judged based on their unique qualities, optical performance, efficiency, innovative features, and overall significance to the lighting industry.

Eaton’s four recognized products include LED lighting solutions designed for commercial, industrial, institutional, and residential environments. The company has had 49 products accepted in the last five years.

Eaton’s 2015 LED accepted products are:

• Halo LED Undercabinet Gen. 2 Luminaire

• Halo HL6 ALLSLOPE 6-inch LED Downlight

• Portfolio LDA4A 4-inch LED Adjustable Downlight

• Metalux Cruze LED Luminaire

The IES Progress Committee is mandated to keep in touch with developments in the art and science of lighting throughout the world and provides a yearly review of achievements. The Progress Report includes important new products, research, publications, and design tools from the past year. The report will be presented at the IES Annual Conference in Indianapolis on Nov. 9, 2015, and at local IES section meetings throughout the coming year.

To learn more about Eaton’s lighting solutions, visit www.eaton.com/lighting.

Contact FacilitiesNet Editorial Staff »   posted on: 9/28/2015


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