PEACHTREE CITY, Ga. — Eaton announced the introduction of the Lumark Night Falcon™ light-emitting diode (LED) Floodlight Luminaire.
Designed to replace up to 400-watt metal halide products, the energy-efficient floodlight brings superior, uniform illumination, long term reliability and significant energy savings to 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, Eaton’s Cooper Lighting Division. “The LED floodlight offers customers greater than 75 percent in energy and maintenance savings compared to traditional lamp sources.”
For use in new construction and retrofit applications, the Night Falcon LED luminaire is available in two lumen packages including nominal 9,400 lumens, consuming 85 watts to replace 250-watt metal halide (MH) products and nominal 14,600 lumens, consuming 129 watts and replacing 400-watt MH lighting fixtures.
The floodlight utilizes precision-engineered optics delivering superior uniformity and illumination to the targeted application. Maximum fixture spacing is achieved utilizing a wide 6H x 6V NEMA distribution, reducing the number of fixtures required and installation costs in select applications. The fixture is offered in standard 4000 Kelvin (K) correlated color temperature (CCT) with 3000K and 5700K CCT options available.
The Night Falcon product features a compact, robust designed incorporating a separate driver housing and thermal fins for maximum heat dissipation resulting in longer fixture and LED life. The heavy-duty, die-cast housing is IP66 and 3G vibration rated for exceptional durability and long term reliability. The fixture’s lumen maintenance is greater than 90 percent at 50,000 hours for years of maintenance-free service.
For pole-mounted applications, an optional integrated sensor allows the fixture to be dimmed to 50 percent lumen output when no activity is detected, providing additional energy savings by reducing light levels and power consumption. This option complies with the new provisions of California Title 24. In addition, an optional National Electrical Manufacturers Association 7-pin photocontrol receptacle enables wireless dimming when used with compatible photocontrol.
Built with the installer in mind, the Night Falcon LED Floodlight is available in slipfitter and trunnion mounting configurations and weighing less than 25 pounds, providing mounting versatility while simplifying installation. Both mounting options include cast-in angle increments to facilitate accuracy of aiming. 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.
For more information on Eaton’s lighting solutions, visit www.eaton.com/lighting.
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