• Stress-Free Outdoor Light Control Reduces Energy Costs

    Lighting management and control can minimize power consumption and energy costs by providing the right light levels where they're needed. The LumaWatt Outdoor Wireless Control and Monitoring System brings lighting management to outdoor lighting projects stress-free as it's simple, flexible and reliable. The system makes control integration into any area or site application easy by incorporating multifunctional, factory installed sensors featuring motion sensing, daylight control, power metering, event monitoring and performance reporting. The system's flexible programming optimizes energy savings and light quality while taking into account different requirements of different spaces.

    Currently the system is integrated into the McGraw-Edison Galleon and Navion area/roadway luminaires and the Valet and TopTier parking/canopy luminaires.

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College Reduces Energy Usage by 80 Percent with WaveStream LED Technology

  • Haywood Community College in Clyde, N.C., decided to move forward with the next step on its internal energy plan by retrofitting the theater lighting of the Charles Beall Auditorium in October 2013. By replacing 92 incandescent and metal halide products with a combination of Metalux Encounter™ and SkyRidge™ LED luminaires, the school is expected to benefit from an 80 percent energy reduction, amounting to $6,000 in projected annual savings, utility incentives in excess of $10,000 and additional maintenance savings.

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Leading the Industry with more than 12,000 DLC Qualified Products.

  • The Design Light Consortium® (DLC) Qualified Product List (QPL) is a leading resource that distinguishes quality, high-performing LED products for commercial and industrial projects, which meet established minimum performance criteria as defined by a third party organization. Eaton's LED lighting products represent the broadest portfolio available, with greater than 3.5 times more models listed than any other manufacturer. Of the 42,801 Qualified Products on the QPL, representing more than 500 manufacturers, Eaton's Cooper Lighting business accounts for a total of 12,097 models in 16 different application categories.

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  • Our Commitment to Building Information Modeling (BIM)

  • Although Building Information Modeling (BIM) has been around since the 1970s, in recent years it has become an integral tool as design and building professionals strive to create and manage their projects faster, more economically and with less environmental impact.

    Eaton's Cooper Lighting business provides more than 1,670 native parametric Revit models and offers in-house BIM support. All of the BIM files can be accessed through the Eaton's Cooper Lighting business website or through Autodesk Seek, a leading BIM software provider. For additional information, please contact our BIM Manager, Rosalind Pumphrey at rosalindpumphrey@eaton.com or (770) 486-4739.

    Cooper Lighting by Eaton BIM Models

David A. Clarke School of Law Finds Flexible, Efficiency With Fifth Light Addressable Lighting Control System

  • The David A. Clarke School of Law building at the University of the District of Columbia hosts a combination of classrooms, moot courtrooms and conference rooms that must accommodate ever-changing programming, instructional events and attendee size. In order to provide the necessary system flexibility and increased energy efficiency requirements, the school selected a Fifth Light addressable lighting control system by Eaton's Cooper Controls business. The Fifth Light system includes time-clock, occupancy and daylighting control with continuous dimming throughout the space, to provide the right amount of light at the right time, in the right location.

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  • Richard Seymour to Provide Keynote during Source Awards Luncheon at LIGHTFAIR
  • The professional and student winners of the 37th Annual SOURCE Awards lighting design competition will be announced on Monday, June 2, 2014 during the LIGHTFAIR International Keynote Speaker luncheon at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

    The featured speaker at the luncheon will be Richard Seymour, co-founder and design director, Seymourpowell. As one of Europe's best known and most accomplished designers, Richard Seymour's career spans more than 30 years with a huge range of creative disciplines. Seymour's keynote is titled Organicz: The Organic Digital Interface.

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  • Eaton Sponsors IES Outdoor Lighting Design Award

  • Eaton's Cooper Lighting business will sponsor the IES Outdoor Lighting Design Award for the 2014 Illumination Awards program. The goal of the program is to further the understanding, knowledge and function of outdoor lighting as a critical aspect of the built environment. The award celebrates achievements in aesthetics, applied technical acumen, creative solutions to demanding site conditions and advancements to the industry in outdoor lighting applications.

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  • Discussing the Role Light and Design Play in Healthcare

  • The SOURCE Lighting Education Center recently held its Advanced Healthcare Lighting Symposium at its Peachtree City, Ga. facility. This two-day seminar provided a unique opportunity for over 80 attendees to learn from nationally known experts in the fields of design and lighting. Experts discussed current trends in lighting and design for the various patient types within the healthcare environment. Topics included looking at the psychological aspects of lighting in the healthcare environment, as well as the possibility of utilizing light to define physiological treatment effects and satisfy the balanced circadian response. Experts also discussed design trends that support the patient and family and shared their knowledge on design that's specific to patients with dementia and how design and lighting may impact their mood and functionality.

    The SOURCE will be hosting a basic Healthcare Lighting Solutions workshop on June 11-12 in Aurora, Colo. Leslie North, PE, principal of Aurora Lighting Design will facilitate the course and provide an in-depth look at the specific lighting requirements of specialty areas within the hospital.

    Source Classes


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New Products

    • Portfolio 8-inch Cylinders

    • Portfolio 8-inch Cylinders are offered in five lumen packages from 3,000-6,500 lumens and feature a two-stage reflector system producing smooth distribution with excellent light control and low aperture brightness.

    • io tile G2

    • Designed as a decorative accent with hundreds of color options or as functional downlight, the LED luminous tiles feature WaveStream™ LED technology and can be surface mounted or recessed into walls.

    • Corelite Divide Wall

    • The 6-inch LED downlights, designed for vandal resistant and sealed/medical projects, include four lumen packages up to 3,000 lumens and regressed or flush lens options in glass, acrylic and polycarbonate.

    • Halo Span LED Wall Wash

    • Available in three lumen packages and 3000K or 4000K CCT, the energy-efficient Halo Span LED Wall Wash is ideal for applications where a wide even distribution of light is desired.

    • IRis PN3LED12 Downlights Series

    • Providing high efficiency, excellent light control and low aperture brightness, the IRiS 3.5-inch open downlight 1,200 lumen series features 365° rotation, 45° tilt and interchangeable 10°, 15°, 25° and 40° LED optics..

    • Metalux Encounter

    • Now offered in 1' x 2' and 1' x 4' versions, the efficient Encounter series with WaveStream™ LED technology delivers optimal light uniformity and control, providing energy savings up to 55 percent.


Metalux SkyRidge Receives Top Honors

  • The Metalux SkyRidge was honored as a Gold award winner in the lighting category in the 26th annual Plant Engineering Product of the Year competition, which celebrates all that is new and innovative in product development. The program consists of 16 categories, honoring 57 winners in the 2013 program. Eaton was honored with an impressive 14 awards.

    Winning Products

Neo-Ray Index and Metalux SkyRidge EC&M POY Category Winners

  • The Neo-Ray Index and the Metalux SkyRidge Metalux SkyRidge luminaires have been named category winners in Electrical Construction and Maintenance (EC&M) magazine's 2014 Product of the Year awards. Eaton had six category winners and voting for Platinum, Gold and Silver awards will take place next month online by EC&M readers. Winners will be featured in the August issue. Look to vote at http://ecmweb.com when available.

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SOURCE Educational Classes

  • May 7 - 8

    LEDs, Controls, New Technologies and Retrofits for Energy Efficient Solutions

    Peachtree City, GA
  • May 14 - 16

    Lighting Fundamentals/Lighting Basics

    Peachtree City, GA
  • June 11 - 12

    Healthcare Lighting Solutions

    Aurora, Co
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