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Cooper launches restyled anti-light-pollution floodlight

Mar 30, 2006

Cooper Lighting and Security has launched a restyled version of its successful Crompton Darksky floodlight, which has played a significant role in combating light pollution over recent years.

As well as sporting a slim new architectural body design, Darksky can now be specified with various coloured glass options that offer the ability to enhance the appearance of building façades or landscape features.

Easy to aim and set up, the floodlight utilises a special asymmetrical optical system that overcomes the problems of sky glow and light trespass.

When mounted with the glass horizontal to the ground, Darksky provides even distribution of light in front of the luminaire over a distance of three times the mounting height. This can be increased to five times the mounting height - while still preventing sky glow - by tilting the floodlight up by 20 degrees using the built-in inclinometer.

Suitable for column, wall or floor mounting, Darksky is available in two sizes: the standard unit is supplied complete with a choice of 150W, 250W or 400W lamps, while the smaller Darksky Compact is fitted with either 70W or 150W lamps.

With its robust die-cast aluminium construction and IP65 environmental protection, the floodlight is designed to provide long and reliable service.