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Eaton’s Night Falcon floodlight flies onto market

March 13, 2015 – Eaton’s new Night Falcon has left the nest.

March 13, 2015  By  Renée Francoeur

The company introduced its Lumark Night Falcon LED floodlight luminaire earlier this month. The product was designed to replace up to 400 W metal halide (MH) products and can be used in general area, building facade, wall wash and large sign lighting applications in commercial and industrial exterior environments.

“Our Night Falcon product combines high-efficiency optics with superior thermal management and energy efficiency in a cost effective solution,” said Mark Eubanks, president of Eaton’s Cooper Lighting Division. “The LED floodlight offers customers greater than 75% in energy and maintenance savings compared to traditional lamp sources.”

The Night Falcon is available in two lumen packages including nominal 9,400 lumens, consuming 85 watts to replace 250-watt MH products and nominal 14,600 lumens, consuming 129 watts and replacing 400-watt MH lighting fixtures.

The fixture is offered in standard 4000 Kelvin (K) correlated colour temperature (CCT) with 3000K and 5700K CCT options available.


For pole-mounted applications, an optional integrated sensor allows the fixture to be dimmed to 50% lumen output when no activity is detected. It’s available in slipfitter and trunnion mounting configurations. The product is also available with wire guard and vandal shield accessories to protect the lens from projected objects and visors to control glare and spill light.

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