Cooper Lighting Revealed the Next Generation LED LightBAR System

Oct 12, 2011 Cooper Lighting has upgraded its outdoor LED LightBAR(TM) technology. The next generation LightBAR(TM) technology features the company's patented AccuLED Optics(TM), which sets the industry benchmark for reliable photometric performance, scalability and energy efficiency. The LightBAR is available in two versions (7 LEDs and 21 LEDs), three standard color options (3000K, 4000K and 6000K correlated color temperatures (CCT)), and offered in 13 different optical distributions, providing versatility for every outdoor need, including street lighting, area/site, floodlighting, wall mount, parking garage, canopy and pathway solutions.

The updated LightBAR technology offers an increase in efficiency in all optical distributions without degrading optical performance, lumen depreciation or lumens per watt (lm/W). Boasting more task lumens per watt, the high efficiency 21 LED LightBAR optical fixtures deliver up to 100 lm/W or 2400 lumens per LightBAR, which outperforms the original 21 LED LightBAR fixture (1800 lumens) by 600 lumens - (using the same number of AccuLED Optics) -, while the 7 LED LightBAR optical choice (1900 lumens) also increases its lumen output over the original 21 LED LightBAR.

Cooper Lighting's LightBAR technology provides energy savings between 30-75% over standard H.I.D. systems while also providing a 50,000+ hour rated life-six times longer than the traditional metal halide sources found in most outdoor commercial applications.

The LightBAR technology, integrated into the industry's leading portfolio of outdoor product lines represented across four of Cooper Lighting's company brands - Invue, McGraw-Edison, Lumark and Streetworks, - offers lighting solutions that qualify for many local utility rebates.

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Author:  Alice Jones

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