Eaton’s Halo LED downlights featured in the 2014 Greenbuild® LivingHome

Eaton has announced that its Halo LED downlights from its Cooper Lighting Division are featured in the 2014 Greenbuild® LivingHome which “offers a first look at the next generation of sustainable building and demonstrates the latest technologies and practices”.

Image credit: Business Wire
Image credit: Business Wire

“The Halo RL4 LED Downlights consume only 11 watts and last up to 22 years (based on six hours of daily use). The all-in-one LED module-trims are designed to install in 4-inch aperture housings and are suitable for new construction, remodel or retrofit installations. The ENERGY STAR-certified models provide light output equivalent to a traditional 50-watt incandescent light bulb and are damp- and wet-location listed for use in showers and protected outdoor ceilings,” it says in the news release on the Business Wire,

The Greenbuild LivingHome will be on display on the expo show floor on 22 October through 23 October at the 2014 Greenbuild International Conference and Expo in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Created in collaboration with Hanley Wood, LivingHomes, Make It Right and the International Cradle To Cradle Products Innovation Institute, the Greenbuild LivingHome will be permanently relocated and placed on a Make It Right site in New Orleans’ Lower 9th Ward to become a part of the organisation’s ongoing recovery efforts.

“In addition to showcasing exceptional sustainability, this home has been designed to provide a comfortable, healthy, safe, resilient and adaptable environment for its occupants,” said Mark Eubanks, President, Eaton’s Cooper Lighting Division.

“We’re proud that our ENERGY STAR®-certified LED downlights met both the advanced energy efficiency performance criteria for this net-zero electricity demonstration home and the Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) v4 Platinum standards.”

For more information on Eaton’s Cooper Lighting business or other Halo LED lighting products, please visit

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