Eaton Lighting Solutions Industrial LED Series

September 22, 2016

The HBLED is an outstanding value for a wide variety of applications and mounting heights. Precision designed optics, multiple distributions, lumen outputs and LED colour temperatures make the energy-efficient HBLED (shown in photo) the ideal solution for industrial, commercial, manufacturing, gymnasium and other high bay applications.

Key features include: LEDs available in 4000K and 5000K 85+CRI • optional 0-10V dimming driver • multiple lumen packages • optional full door frame lens or insert lens options • available with modular power supply • aisle and wide distributions • multiple sensor options.

The VT2-LD4 is an energy efficient industrial Vaportite fixture that features rugged and durable construction. The Vaportite LED incorporates a full metal fixture liner inside a reinforced fibreglass housing with a high impact diffuser. This Vaportite series is suitable for interior and exterior applications.

Features and benefits:

  • 8 lumen package options ranging from 2,000 lumens to16,000 lumens
  • 3 correlated colour temperatures: 3500K, 4000K and 5000K at 80+ CRI
  • L84 at 60,000 hours
  • high efficacy up to 126 lm/W
  • wet location
  • precision optics — general and wide distribution
  • standard 0-10v dimming driver
  • 5-year warranty

The Metalux VT4 LED delivers efficient performance in a rugged design. Utilizing a robust heat management system, the VT4 LED series is suitable for interior and exterior applications and can be chain, cable or stem mounted. Designed for maximum operation in commercial institutional and industrial environments where weathering, high temperature, humidity and dust or corrosive fumes are present.

The VT4 LED Series is an energy efficient industrial Vaportite fixture that features rugged and durable construction. The VT4 LED incorporates a full metal tray and heat sink inside a reinforced fibreglass housing with a high impact diffuser. This Vaportite series is suitable for interior and exterior applications and can be surface, chain, cable or stem mounted.

Key features and benefits

  • 5 lumen package options ranging from 11,000 lumens to 28,000 lumens
  • 2 correlated color temperatures 4000K and 5000K at 80+ CRI
  • L84 at 60,000 hours
  • high efficacy up to 125 lm/W
  • clear and frosted lens options
  • chain, cable or stem mounting options. horizontal mounting bracket also available.
  • wet location, IP67 rated, NEMA 4x and NSF certified
  • optional 0-10V dimming driver
  • 5-year warranty

For more information, contact Susan Duross, Kerrwil Integrated Inc., 705-549-6635, susanduross@kerrwil.com.

 

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