600 pages of lighting

Published:  02 September, 2010

Cooper Lighting’s latest version of its renowned ‘Lighting solutions’ catalogue provides comprehensive technical information on the company’s entire range of lighting products. The catalogue runs to over 600 A4 pages and is divided into colour-coded sections covering recessed and surface fluorescent luminaires, decorative wall and ceiling luminaires, downlights and spotlights, display lighting, emergency lighting, industrial and hazardous-area lighting, exterior lighting, central-battery systems and lighting controls.

The contents section has thumbnail photographs of every product.

There is a technical section containing details of current regulations and standards, as well as design guides and lamp data.

For more information on this story, click here: Sept 2010, 150

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