Eaton adds architectural luminaires to “increase building operating efficiencies”
September 12, 2018 — Eaton recently announced the second generation of its Neo-Ray Define recessed and perimeter slot linear luminaires. The company has also added two new Corelite products to its architectural portfolio, Corelite Hugo and Corelite Continua.
The Define series by Neo-Ray is powered by Eaton’s linear LED technology and allows architects and designers to customize a space with standard trims that fit a variety of ceiling types. The series includes five different apertures, and can be integrated with Eaton’s connected lighting systems, including WaveLinx wireless connected lighting system, distributed low-voltage power system and LumaWatt Pro wireless connected lighting system.
Meanwhile, Eaton says the Corelite Continua and Corelite Hugo deliver high performance and increased energy savings. The Corelite Continua suspended family features a proprietary flexible continuous roll lens that won’t ripple or bow over long lengths. The Corelite Hugo LED uses advanced LED technology and is suitable for a variety of building environments and retrofit applications. Both fixtures can be integrated with Eaton’s WaveLinx and LumaWatt Pro.
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