Illuminating Engineering Society Recognizes 9 Eaton LED Products for Technical Achievement

Eaton’s nine recognized products include indoor and outdoor LED lighting solutions designed for commercial, industrial, institutional, and residential environments.

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PEACHTREE CITY, Ga. — Power management company Eaton recently announced that the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES) Progress Committee has recognized nine of its light-emitting diode (LED) luminaires from its Cooper Lighting Division for inclusion in the 2014 IES Progress Report. The Progress Report showcases products that provide significant technical advancement in the art and science of lighting.

All the products submitted for evaluation in the report undergo a rigorous assessment process and are judged based on thseir unique qualities, optical performance, efficiency, innovative features, and overall significance to the lighting industry. Eaton’s nine recognized products include indoor and outdoor LED lighting solutions designed for commercial, industrial, institutional, and residential environments.

Eaton Indoor LED Solutions Recognized

NEO-RAY Index Pendant Luminaire

Metalux SkyBar High Bay Luminaire

Portfolio 6-inch LED Retrofit Downlight (LD6ART)

Fail-Safe LED Cleanroom Luminaire

Halo Surface LED Downlight (SLD)

Sure-Lites EUX Edge-Lit Exit Sign

 

Outdoor LED Solutions Recognized

McGraw-Edison Galleon LED Area/Site Luminaire

McGraw-Edison TopTier LED Parking Garage and Canopy Luminaire

Lumark Caretaker LED Area 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 2014 IES Progress Report will be presented at the IES Annual Conference in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on November 3, 2014, and at local IES section meetings throughout the coming year. A summary of the Report will be published in the January 2015 issue of Lighting Design + Application (LD+A).

To learn more about Eaton’s Cooper Lighting business, visit www.cooperlighting.com.

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