Power management company Eaton of Peachtree City, Georgia USA, announced the launch of its Metalux™ SWLED surface and wall LED luminaire. The luminaire features Eaton’s advanced LED technology, and comes in multiple lumen packages, with various lensing and control options. The company says that it can replace linear fluorescent products in general-purpose lighting applications including strip lights, low-bay industrials, and wraparounds. The SWLED luminaire boasts energy savings of up to 50 percent compared to traditional fluorescent products.
The Metalux SWLED Surface and Wall Luminaire offers three lensing options (Clear, Full- Frost, and Semi-Frost). Each delivers distinct lighting distributions for specific application requirements. Also, a choice of three integrated sensor control options adds occupancy sensing, dimming, and daylight harvesting capabilities. A handheld remote enables personal control. With the controller, the luminaire can be set to energy-saving mode.
The SWLED Luminaires come in 18 lumen packages ranging from nominal 800 lumens to up to 7,000 lumens with efficacy of up to 116 lumens per watt. The fixture is available in 3500K, 4000K and 5000K color temperatures with a typical 85 color rendering index. The LED luminaire has an L70 of 60,000 hours.
The 2-feet and 4-feet lengths of the fixture and can be ceiling-, wall-mounted, or suspended. The company says that the flexibility of the mounting options offers an ideal solution for open area warehouses and aisles; hallways and corridors, stairwells, storage areas, and lighting for restrooms and vanities.
A zero to ten-volt continuous dimming driver is integrated with the lighting control panels, occupancy sensors, as well as daylight and room controllers. The luminaire is also available with a native FifthLight Digital Addressable Lighting Interface (DALI) driver option for complete digital energy management.
“The SWLED sets itself apart from other lighting solutions with the ability to be mounted at different heights and positions without sacrificing performance and uniformity,” said Kraig Kasler, president, Eaton’s Lighting Division. “The flexibility and versatility of the luminaire with its multiple lensing, lumen packages, integrated senor and control options, allows one product to satisfy a wide variety of project needs.”