Cooper Lighting Supplier/Distributor In Houston, Texas

Cooper Lighting Division delivers a range of innovative and reliable indoor and outdoor lighting and controls solutions

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Eaton’s Cooper Lighting business delivers a broad range of innovative and reliable indoor and outdoor lighting luminaires and controls solutions specifically designed to maximize performance, energy efficiency and cost savings. Offering one of the broadest selections of products in the industry, we serve customers in the commercial, industrial, retail, institutional, residential, utility and other markets.
As lighting technologies have advanced, we have been at the forefront of the industry in helping businesses and communities leverage the latest technologies to improve efficiency, reduce costs, enrich the quality of life and protect the environment. We are committed to not only develop new technologies, but also to design, test and refine those products so that they are worthy of our reputation and yours. Innovation you can rely on™.

Wildcat Electric carries a broad range of Cooper Lighting products.  Click here to request a quote or ask about Cooper Lighting Solutions  or call 713-676-0600. 

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The classic lines and sophisticated construction of Vision Site makes it an ideal complement to site design. Offering LED technology across the AVS and AVM, Vision Site provides true family scaling in both physical form and lumen capability for architectural site lighting applications. The combination of smooth contours and sharp rear reveals allow the fixture to change character from different viewing angles while providing excellent low glare photometrics. UL and CUL listed for use in wet locations.


Feeds power to Industrial HID and fluorescent lighting fixtures wired with Drop SO cords (DS) or Drop cables (DC). Provides circuit selection at each fixture and allows fixtures to be disconnected without interrupting power downstream. All unused outlets require a MWS dust cover.






The CFB Streetworks Flood's versatility and tough construction make it an ideal floodlight for a wide variety of applications.








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History:


1958
Halo became incorporated and later became an international corporation by purchasing a warehouse in Toronto, Canada.

1959
Halo opened warehouses in Los Angeles and New Jersey, and the H-7 "Fit All" housing product line was introduced. This unit became the single biggest selling, most-copied fixture in the lighting industry.

1961
Halo went public as an over-the-counter stock.

1964
The track lighting product line was introduced for commercial use. By 1968, millions of feet of track lighting had been installed in stores, museums and art galleries.

1965
Metalux opened for business.

1967
Halo Lighting was acquired by the McGraw-Edison Company.

1971
Following the success in the commercial market, Halo produced a miniaturized version of its track lighting for residential use.

1972
Halo opened warehouses in Atlanta, Georgia and Dallas, Texas.

1976
Metalux introduced the Paralux series product line.

1978
Halo introduced High Intensity Discharge (H.I.D.) fixtures for interior use. Lumark opened for business.

1980
McGraw-Edison combined the Area Lighting Division with Halo Lighting.

1983
Sure-Lites, Inc., a manufacturer of emergency lighting products, was acquired by McGraw-Edison to further diversify its product offerings.

1985
Metalux, a producer of fluorescent lighting products and Lumark's HID line, was acquired by McGraw-Edison. In April, Cooper Industries acquired McGraw-Edison.

1987
Cooper Lighting was formed.

1993
Cooper Lighting opened a facility in Mexicali to broaden capacity. Cooper Lighting purchased Fail-Safe, a leading manufacturer of high-abuse, clean room, and vandal resistant lighting products. Cooper Lighting opened a new facility in Ellaville in order to expand capacity in the fluorescent operations.

1996
Cooper Lighting broke ground on the Customer First Center in Peachtree City, Georgia. To support continued growth and better serve customers, Cooper Lighting consolidated its Eastern U.S. warehousing and distribution operations into this 485,000-square foot facility.

1997
Iris Lighting, a manufacturer of high end residential recessed lighting, was introduced. In December, Cooper Lighting acquired AtLite Lighting Equipment, Inc., a New York manufacturer of recessed and emergency lighting products.

1998
Cooper Lighting acquired Lumière Design and Manufacturing, Inc., a Westlake Village, California-based manufacturer of architectural landscape and specialty lighting products.

1999
Cooper Lighting acquired New York-based Neo-Ray Products Inc., a major manufacturer of indirect fluorescent lighting products.

1999
Cooper Lighting acquired Denver-based Corelite Products Inc., a manufacturer of innovative, architectural fluorescent lighting products and Emerald Lighting of Roselle, Illinois.

1999
Cooper Lighting purchased Regent Lighting.

2000
Cooper Lighting acquired Shaper Lighting, a privately-held manufacturer of specification-grade commercial and residential lighting fixtures.

2001
Cooper Lighting successfully completed transition of corporate headquarters to Peachtree City, Georgia.

2001
Cooper Lighting opened The SOURCE in Peachtree City, Georgia.