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The power management product company Eaton’s Cooper Lighting and Safety business has added to its range of exterior lights with the Galaxy LED. Designed to provide light emitting diode (LED) floodlighting while retaining low energy costs, the Galaxy LED is offered with a choice of five lumen packages to meet requirements, whether wall-mounted area floodlighting or floor-mounted façade lighting.

Andy Gallacher, product marketing manager, Eaton’s Cooper Lighting and Safety business, said: “The new Galaxy LED is a versatile product with an array of features that make it ideally suited to a large number of exterior applications. It provides excellent output to reduce the number of installation points required and includes a built-in inclinometer to assist with accurate targeting and set-up. As you would expect, it is robustly built for outstanding durability and proofed against dust and water jets to allow for stay-clean operation. Furthermore, it meets the need for reduced running costs with low energy consumption, an important feature for specifiers and installers.”

The Galaxy LED offers five lumen output options ranging from 838 to 1,7495 lumens. Also, the 10-watt (W) and 30W versions are available with an integrated passive infrared (PIR) sensor if required. Built with a custom designed, die-cast aluminium body to protect against damage and rated to Ingress Protection (IP) 65 for protection against jets of water and dust, the Galaxy LED has a toughened glass lens and an anodised aluminium reflector to help ensure purity and reflectance.

To assist installers, it includes stirrup bolts that allow for direct fixing to vertical or floor surfaces and the product is supplied with a 1 meter three-core flying lead.

The development of the Galaxy LED is part of Eaton’s Cooper Lighting and Safety business’ continued investment in its range of LED luminaires.

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