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Eaton’s Halo downlights target slope ceilings

March 23, 2015 - Eaton recently introduced its Halo Allslope LED downlight system to its recessed downlighting family.

March 23, 2015  By  Renée Francoeur

The HL6 downlights feature interchangeable beam-forming optics, full range dimming and numerous colour temperatures and trim options. They are specifically designed for slope ceiling applications in residential, hospitality, retail and institutional applications.

“The Halo Allslope LED downlights offer customers a high-efficiency, energy-saving solution, offering up to 73% in energy savings with virtually no maintenance,” said Mark Eubanks, president of Eaton’s Cooper Lighting Division. “The innovative design for pitched ceilings allows the LED lamp module full adjustment capability so it can be aimed straight down in accordance with the ceiling pitch, resulting in outstanding performance and appearance.”

The three-piece system consists of a choice of a 6-in. aperture housing, available in 1200 lumens or 1800 lumens, an LED light engine module with three interchangeable optics and a trim selection including reflectors, baffles and lens choices.

The products are damp location listed with a wet location listing for showers and outdoor covered patios using lens trims.


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