Eaton has featured its Halo LED downlights in the 2014 Greenbuild LivingHome show home. The home familiarizes with the next generation of sustainable building, displaying latest technologies and practices.
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, Cooper Lighting Division, Eaton.
Eaton’s ENERGY STAR certified LED downlights met the advanced energy efficiency performance criteria for this net-zero electricity demonstration home in addition to the LEED v4 Platinum standards.
Ready with products selected for their commitment to sustainability, innovation and affordability, the Greenbuild LivingHome will be on display on Oct. 22 and 23 at the 2014 Greenbuild International Conference and Expo in New Orleans, Louisiana.
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After the show, the home will be permanently placed on a Make It Right site in New Orleans as the continuation of recovery efforts by organization. Make It Right was founded by Brad Pitt in 2007 to build homes, buildings and communities for people in need.
The Halo RL4 LED Downlights consume only 11 watts and last up to 22 years, providing an output equivalent to 50-watt incandescent light bulb. In addition, the designing of all-in-one LED module-trims makes it easy to install into 4-inch aperture housings. They are damp- and wet-location listed, for use in showers and protected outdoor ceilings.
The Greenbuild LivingHome, created in collaboration with Hanley Wood, LivingHomes, Make It Right and the International Cradle To Cradle Products Innovation Institute is designed for sustainability, resilience, durability and affordability.