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Eaton Launches Fifth Edition of its Lighting Solutions Catalogue for Mains and Emergency Lighting Products

Lighting Solutions 2014
Apr 07, 2014

Power management company Eaton today announced that its Cooper Lighting and Safety business has launched a new edition of its annual Lighting Solutions catalogue for 2014, the most extensive catalogue for mains and emergency lighting products and services in the market today. Now available at , the catalogue, aimed at specifiers and installers, features hundreds of products and services from Eaton, including the latest innovations in low-energy lighting solutions.

“Through our wide range of innovations in controls and light sources we are able to help our end users significantly reduce their energy costs, as well as help them meet the stringent requirements of numerous building regulations,” said John Robb, marketing director, Eaton’s Cooper Lighting and Safety business. “Our latest Lighting Solutions catalogue brings together information on our full range of products, making it an indispensable resource for installers and specifiers.”

Comprised of 14 chapters, the new catalogue provides specifiers and installers with lighting solutions which meet the needs of a wide range of applications, from commercial and industrial buildings to education, healthcare, retail, logistics and transportation. This year’s catalogue also features eight new products launched in the past year, including contemporary commercial office products such as the Combiform Ultra, which brings together efficient performance and the latest T5 fluorescent technology; Solstar LED, a new high performance range of LED downlights with both new build and retrofit projects in mind; and emergency lighting products such as Halo-Pack 2.

In addition, the catalogue features stunning application and location photography of Eaton products in use throughout a range of diverse building projects. Specific projects include Arla Foods’ new dairy, which is the largest, most efficient and environmentally advanced fresh milk processing facility in the world, as well as the recent lighting installation at Typhoo, a leading tea company, as part of Tesco’s new collaborative Buying Club.