Cooper Crouse-Hinds' Champ VMV LED Series offers wide-area illumination for industrial and hazardous applications

Cooper Crouse-Hinds has introduced the Champ VMV LED Series, an LED lighting technology for hazardous, industrial and other demanding locations. The Champ VMV LED Series provides the same durability and reliability of traditional Champ luminaires, combined with the improved energy efficiency and long life of LED technology. Additionally, the LED luminaire helps industrial facilities meet rising environmental standards and regulations.

Improved temperature ratings and enhanced visibility with full-spectrum lighting provide a safer work environment in hazardous and industrial locations. The Champ VMV LED outperforms compact fluorescent technology in cold temperatures by offering instant, full illumination with no warm-up required.

Operation and maintenance costs associated with lighting can decrease by up to 50% when using Champ VMV LED luminaires instead of traditional HID luminaires. The Champ VMV LED Series provides up to 60,000 hours of light, eliminating the cost of frequent lamp replacement. Also, the Champ VMV LED attaches to existing Champ mounting modules for easy replacement of existing HID luminaires.

The Champ VMV LED Series contains no mercury or other hazardous substances. It is reliable in any environment, as the shock- and vibration-resistant solid-state LEDs have no breakable filaments or glass components, which reduces the risk of premature failure.

Due to its compact size, the Champ VMV LED family is well suited for wide-area illumination at mounting heights up to 20 feet. It performs in abusive or corrosive environments, as well as locations under extreme ambient temperatures.

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