Power management company Eaton announced the expansion of its architectural connected lighting product offering, providing new options for architects and designers looking to increase building operating efficiency through controls and data. The second generation of Eaton’s Neo-Ray Define recessed and perimeter slot linear luminaires delivers uniform lines of illumination for architects and designers. In addition, Eaton has added two new Corelite products to its architectural portfolio: Corelite Hugo and Corelite Continua.
The Define series by Neo-Ray provides architects and designers with minimalist and simple luminaires for virtually any architectural environment. Powered by Eaton’s advanced linear LED technology, the Neo-Ray Define recessed and perimeter slot linear luminaires allow architects and designers to customise a space with standard trims that fit a variety of different architectural ceiling types. Designers can define their spaces with a selection of five different apertures, specifiable to the nearest inch, and can integrate corners and transitions seamlessly without ordering custom fixtures.
Neo-Ray Define can be integrated with Eaton’s connected lighting systems, including WaveLinx Wireless Connected Lighting System, Distributed LowVoltage Power System and LumaWatt Pro Wireless Connected Lighting System powered by Enlighted.