Eaton adds T5 luminaires to Chevin range

Published:  04 March, 2015

Eaton, T5 luminaires

Eaton’s Chevin Plus range of fluorescent luminaires now includes T5 versions. They provide a cost-effective solution for buildings such as schools and offices that require a surface-mounted or suspended solution with excellent optical control and efficacy.

There is a choice of single- or twin-lamp housing widths.

The T5 range included a fully integrated emergency conversion with a 3 h duration. The materials used are suitable for use on defined escape routes. Intellem self-test emergency versions are available.

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