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Security Cameras and LEDs Target Safety


10/5/2018

Eaton has announced the launch of the LumenSafe Integrated Network Security Camera system, which enables cities, municipalities, public facilities and businesses to integrate connected video technology onto Eaton’s high-efficiency LED outdoor lighting fixtures.

“Outdoor camera systems can help cities and municipalities make their communities safer spaces where people want to live, work and play, but typical systems can require complicated solutions to provide a source of power, communication and mounting location,” said Brad Paine, vice president and general manager, Connected Communities and Homes, Eaton’s Lighting Division. “Lighting upgrades are a simple step to help improve community safety and we’ve developed the LumenSafe system to deliver lighting and security cameras in one package as an integral part of attracting and retaining customers, employees, residents and tenants.”

Eaton’s LumenSafe system is one seamless, flexible package that allows for the integration of security cameras into existing Eaton outdoor lighting products and leverages existing outdoor lighting poles. The system is simple and easy for electrical contractors to install and improves illumination and video monitoring for citizen’s safety while offering security integrators the opportunity to expand their service offerings and build their businesses.

The LumenSafe system uses long lasting, energy-efficient LED lighting to reduce energy costs, minimize maintenance costs and provide a quicker return on investment. The LumenSafe camera technology is currently available with Eaton’s Galleon LED luminaires and Navion LED luminaires.


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