The New and Improved CSL Eco LED Downlights

Lightfair International 2012: The New and Improved CSL Eco LED Downlights

CSL’s Eco LED downlights have always been a good alternative when it comes to well-priced, reliable, stylish, high performance, and energy efficient luminaires.

At the recent Lightfair International show, we witnessed the introduction of their newest downlights (along with many other debuts); whether new construction, or remodel, their EDL-WW-2 series produces over 25% more lumens than its predecessor (1100 lm).     Their EDL-WW-HO has surpassed their original design by a whopping 75% (1550 lm) while only consuming 24 Watts of energy.

These improvements were accomplished while maintaining a very decent CRI of 85+.

So as early as this June, if you are building a new home or remodeling your existing one, you will be able to reap the benefits of CSL’s newest LED downlight technology.

 


Photo:  Creative System’s Lighting – ECO-Downlight

 

 

 


Photo: Chris Newman Electrics

 

If you have any further questions about CSL’s new  LED  lighting line, please call Ivis  Parada  at Lightopia:  877-559-7516.

Sources include:
CSL Lighitng
Chris Newman Electrics

Author: Ivis Parada

Ivis Parada has more than 20 years of progressive experience in the residential, commercial and industrial lighting industry. Prior to joining Lightopia, Ivis was the co-owner of Lighting Showcase, a lighting showroom that operated out of Laguna Niguel, CA. Previous to this, Ivis worked as a Projects Manager for various commercial lighting companies. Under this function, he led the installation of new, and retrofits of existing lighting systems that ranged from educational institutions to hospitality facilities; from public spaces such as libraries to manufacturing installations; from shopping malls to research labs. Ivis holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Management degree and is fluent in Spanish. He lives in Lakewood, CA and in his free time, he enjoys playing soccer and coaching his children’s teams. “There are two kinds of light – the glow that illuminates, and the glare that obscures”. James Thurber

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