Eaton introduces the Lumière Lanterra Architectural LED series
March 28, 2018 — Eaton says its new Lumière Lanterra Architectural LED series, a line voltage family of landscape luminaires offering solutions for accent and flood, pathway, wall-mount and sign lighting applications, is suited for landscaping, hospitality, architectural landmarks and residential spaces.
The luminaires offer 125 lumens per watt and feature integrated occupancy sensors and daylighting controls, which the company says drives energy savings. The sensor has no special wiring and ensures out-of-the-box energy conservation with default control settings, Eaton says.
The products are designed to last with 86% lumen maintenance at 60,000 hours. Available in three hood styles — a recessed lens hood for interior applications, a recessed lens hood with weep holes for exterior applications and a flush lens hood — the luminaires are offered in three light levels up to 30W, delivering up to 3000 lumens.
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