Cooper Lighting’s HALO H4 LED Downlight Collection to be This Old House

Cooper Lighting
Customer First Center
1121 Highway 74 South
Peachtree City, GA 30269
T: (770) 486-4800
News Release
Karin Martin, Karin Martin Communications
(630) 513-8625
[email protected]
Cooper Lighting’s HALO® H4 LED Downlight Collection to be
Featured on PBS Series This Old House
Tune into PBS to learn more about HALO’s range of energy saving benefits,
ease of installation and long lifespan.
PEACHTREE CITY, GA, November 24, 2010 – The HALO® H4 LED Collection from Cooper Lighting, a
division of Cooper Industries plc (NYSE: CBE), will be featured on an episode of the Emmy -winning
PBS home improvement show This Old House, scheduled to air Thursday, November 25, at 8:00 p.m.
(check or your local listings).
The This Old House team is working to transform a 1940s Colonial Revival located in the Boston,
Mass., suburb of Auburndale that is in need of both character and curb appeal. Over the course of 16
episodes, the team will make modern upgrades to brighten and open the interior space, all within the
usual constraints of limited time and budget.
As part of this particular episode, Cooper Lighting representative Paul Grossman discusses the benefits
and installation of Cooper Lighting's HALO H4 LED downlights with This Old House host Kevin
O’Connor. The 4-inch aperture, dimmable LED recessed light fixtures are comprised of a light source
that will last 50 times longer than a typical incandescent light bulb, while saving hundreds of dollars
over the life of the fixture.
The HALO H4 LED Downlight Collection functions as a three-part system that allows the downlight
housing, light engine module and trim to be installed according to the pace of the project. The
collection offers four light engine module color temperature choices, which can match other light
sources in a space: 2700K, 3000K, 3500K and 4000K.
The downlights accept 16 different trim options including reflector, baffle and lensed trims. Housings
are offered in five Insulated-Ceiling (IC) and Non-IC air-tight models to accommodate most any
installation and include dimmable LED drivers and the latest installation-friendly features.
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ENERGY STAR®-qualified, the HALO 4” LED downlights save energy, reduce green house gas
emissions, and save money without sacrificing performance. The fixtures can be used for California
T24 and IECC high efficacy compliance with designated trims.
To learn more about the This Old House Auburndale project, visit
To learn more about Cooper Lighting’s range of lighting options, visit
About Cooper Lighting
Cooper Lighting, a subsidiary of Cooper Industries plc (NYSE: CBE), is the leading provider of
innovative, high quality interior and exterior lighting fixtures and related products to worldwide
commercial, industrial, retail, institutional, residential and utility markets. As lighting technologies have
advanced over the years, Cooper Lighting has been at the forefront of the industry in helping
businesses and communities leverage the latest technologies to improve efficiency, reduce costs and
enrich the quality of the environment. For more information, visit
About Cooper Industries
Cooper Industries plc (NYSE: CBE) is a global manufacturer with 2009 revenues of $5.1 billion.
Founded in 1833, Cooper's sustained level of success is attributable to a constant focus on
innovation, evolving business practices while maintaining the highest ethical standards, and meeting
customer needs. The Company has seven operating divisions with leading market share positions
and world-class products and brands including: Bussmann electrical and electronic fuses; CrouseHinds and CEAG explosion-proof electrical equipment; Halo and Metalux lighting fixtures; and Kyle
and McGraw-Edison power systems products. With this broad range of products, Cooper is uniquely
positioned for several long-term growth trends including the global infrastructure build-out, the need
to improve the reliability and productivity of the electric grid, the demand for higher energy-efficient
products and the need for improved electrical safety. In 2009, sixty-one percent of total sales were to
customers in the industrial and utility end-markets and thirty-nine percent of total sales were to
customers outside the United States. Cooper has manufacturing facilities in 23 countries as of 2009.
For more information, visit the website at