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Product Spotlight: Focus on Luminaires

Commercial LED luminaire, LED streetlights, and CFL downlight







Commercial Luminaires

Featuring a 50,000-hr life, the Indy Performance Series 2x2 and 2x4 LED luminaires provide a minimum 25% reduction in energy costs and, when combined with lighting controls, can provide up to a 90% reduction, according to the company. Available in lay-in, basket, and pan configurations, the luminaires feature color temperatures of 3,000K, 3,500K, 4,100K, and 5,000K with a CRI of 80. In addition, the luminaires can sit on drop ceiling t-bars for easy installation; contain no lead, mercury, or PCBs; and come standard with drivers that dim down to 10%.

Juno Lighting Group

Circle 300


Streetlight Head

The LED NEMA Head (LNH) Series luminaire offers more than 65% energy cost reduction compared to 175MV HIDs, a 50% reduction in maintenance costs compared to HID models, and an estimated 20-yr life, according to the company. Consuming only 60W of input power, the luminaire reduces CO2 emissions by 0.4 metric tons annually.

American Electric Lighting

Circle 301




The Halo Commercial line of Energy Star-qualified CFL downlights is offered in 6-in. and 8-in. aperture models and 4-in. and 6-in. directional models. The luminaires include a fully assembled and pre-wired boat-shaped housing frame, featuring the pre-installed No Fuss Bar Hanger system that allows installation from above or below the ceiling for new and retrofit applications. Lamp options for the 6-in. and 8-in. versions include compact fluorescent (13W to 42W), metal-halide (39W to 150W), and tungsten halogen (up to 120W). The tungsten halogen housings are also listed for integrated (self-ballasted) LED lamps (7W to 16W). The 4-in. and 6-in. versions accept PAR tungsten halogen lamps (up to 100W) and integrated PAR LED lamps (7W to 16W).

Cooper Lighting

Circle 302



The XSP Series of LED streetlights uses almost 50% less energy and is designed to last over three times longer than high-pressure sodium models, according to the company. With improved optical efficiency of 15% compared to previous generations, the streetlights offer up to 100 lm/W and are designed to provide a life of more than 100,000 hr.


Circle 303

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