Cooper Lighting luminaires

Specify an innovative and unobstrusive direct-indirect luminaire with the Low-Profile Class R series from Cooper Lighting.

05/01/2008


Specify an innovative and unobstrusive direct-indirect luminaire with the Low-Profile Class R series from Cooper Lighting. Discarding the traditional box design, the Class R uses a housing-shape to provide an answer to contained plenum space. The Class R features T5 specific low-energy technology and highly efficient optical engineering to aid in sustainable design. The model easily installs into condensed plenum and enables overall reduced building height, without sacrificing ceiling height. Class R's T5 dedicated design in combination with the optically engineered shielding options deliver highly efficient direct/indirect illumination (as high as 95%), and meet the latest energy code requirements. The series features four unique shielding options-Lensed, Micro Baffle, Round Perf and Rectangular Perf. Lightfair booth No. 635

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