Featuring a 50,000-hr life, the Indy Performance Series 2x2 and 2x4 LED luminaires provide a minimum 25% reduction in energy costs and, when combined with lighting controls, can provide up to a 90% reduction, according to the company. Available in lay-in, basket, and pan configurations, the luminaires feature color temperatures of 3,000K, 3,500K, 4,100K, and 5,000K with a CRI of 80. In addition, the luminaires can sit on drop ceiling t-bars for easy installation; contain no lead, mercury, or PCBs; and come standard with drivers that dim down to 10%.
Juno Lighting Group
The LED NEMA Head (LNH) Series luminaire offers more than 65% energy cost reduction compared to 175MV HIDs, a 50% reduction in maintenance costs compared to HID models, and an estimated 20-yr life, according to the company. Consuming only 60W of input power, the luminaire reduces CO2 emissions by 0.4 metric tons annually.
American Electric Lighting
The Halo Commercial line of Energy Star-qualified CFL downlights is offered in 6-in. and 8-in. aperture models and 4-in. and 6-in. directional models. The luminaires include a fully assembled and pre-wired boat-shaped housing frame, featuring the pre-installed No Fuss Bar Hanger system that allows installation from above or below the ceiling for new and retrofit applications. Lamp options for the 6-in. and 8-in. versions include compact fluorescent (13W to 42W), metal-halide (39W to 150W), and tungsten halogen (up to 120W). The tungsten halogen housings are also listed for integrated (self-ballasted) LED lamps (7W to 16W). The 4-in. and 6-in. versions accept PAR tungsten halogen lamps (up to 100W) and integrated PAR LED lamps (7W to 16W).
The XSP Series of LED streetlights uses almost 50% less energy and is designed to last over three times longer than high-pressure sodium models, according to the company. With improved optical efficiency of 15% compared to previous generations, the streetlights offer up to 100 lm/W and are designed to provide a life of more than 100,000 hr.