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Cooper Lighting and Safety offers upgraded high-bay luminaire with energy-efficient CFL models

Jan 01, 2011

Cooper Lighting and Safety, a business unit of Cooper Safety, has revamped its popular Pacemaker high-bay luminaire, with the addition of new lamp options and optical attachments to the range and a redesign of the control-gear housing.

Setting a new standard for high-bay luminaires, Pacemaker 2 now offers a choice of compact fluorescent, high-pressure sodium or metal-halide light sources. As well as helping to reduce energy consumption, the new compact fluorescent models are available in either high-frequency or digital-dimming versions and can be specified with integral emergency control gear if required.

All discharge-lamp models can be supplied with an optional auxiliary run-up lamp, which strikes immediately and disconnects when 80% of the discharge-lamp light output is reached.

Optical attachments available for Pacemaker 2 include two sizes of high-efficiency refractor for use where a direct/indirect lighting effect is required, an IP65 safety glass attachment, a wire guard, and a self-cleaning aluminium reflector that has been designed to deliver uniform distribution and effective glare control from elliptical lamps.

Pacemaker 2 features a die-cast aluminium housing with a multi-finned heat-sink construction to dissipate lampholder heat and improve lamp life. Supplied with a 1m pre-wired lead and a chain suspension facility, the new luminaire is both quick to install and easy to maintain.