Peachtree City, GA – Cooper Lighting introduces the Navion™ LED luminaire to its line of Lumark LED outdoor area, site and roadway lighting products. Featuring Cooper Lighting’s patented AccuLED Optics™ system, the Navion luminaire’s unique application-specific design allows lumen output and energy consumption to be customized to fulfill the exact lighting needs of the area, eliminating uplight, glare, obtrusive spill light and overlit hot spots, while saving up to 70 percent in energy costs. Designed to meet a wide range of outdoor lighting needs from single-fixture applications to large area spaces, the Navion luminaire’s optical performance and configurability provides efficient, uniform illumination along roadways and in parking lots of warehouses. With efficiencies as high as 95 percent, the Navion luminaire is ideal for both new construction projects or to retrofit inefficient fixtures, providing from 30 to 70 percent energy savings. Lasting 60,000 hours at 90 percent lumen maintenance (over 16 years at 10 hours daily use), the LED fixture offers a long life for maximum savings in maintenance costs. The Navion luminaire offers a choice of ten optical packages and the fixture’s size and construction is scaled to the specific lumen package. Five different configurations provide lumen packages from 3,600 to 22,000 lumens, with H.I.D. equivalents from 70W HPS up to 400W MH. The Navion luminaire comes standard with a 4000K correlated color temperature and a 70 CRI with an optional 6000K (70 CRI) and 3000K (80 CRI) available. Designed to withstand harsh environments, the luminaire’s rugged, die-cast aluminum construction and durable powder-coat finish provide superior protection. The Navion luminaire is 3G vibration rated and comes standard with 10kV dual-mode surge protection. The LED Light Squares are IP66 rated and the fixture is wet-location listed, with an IP66 housing option available. The luminaire is designed to operate in -40oC to 40oC. The Navion luminaire meets all ANSI/NEMA standards for roadway lighting.
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