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MaxLite LED fixtures with Enlighted controls achieve DLC listing

MaxLite announced that its Polygon and Vapor Tight LED linear fixtures are now recognized by DesignLights Consortium (DLC) as optional models to Enlighted’s Networked Lighting Controls listed products.

This distinction is achieved through recognition by DLC, for meeting strict standards of energy efficiency, and Enlighted, for the qualified integration of the company’s sensors and wireless nodes into MaxLite products. Meeting these qualifications enhances utility rebate eligibility for MaxLite LED Polygon and Vapor Tight fixtures.

“This dual distinction further displays the commitment of MaxLite to being a premier provider of lighting and control solutions to its customers and end users,” said Greg Galluccio, vice president of engineering and product management. “The pairing of premier control technology and effective engineering emphasizes the value MaxLite delivers to the market.”

Designed for office and parking structure applications, the Polygon bridges value engineering with specification-grade appearance and performance. Available in 4- and 8-foot lengths, the Polygon has an extremely slim profile ideal for shallow parking or office ceilings or ADA wall compliance. The MaxLite Vapor Tight is a workhorse solution for locations requiring sealed and gasketed fixtures, such as car washes, airports, maintenance areas and parking garages. The Vapor Tight is available in multiple wattages, lengths and diffuser options to suit diverse applications. Both MaxLite linear fixtures are available with Enlighted sensor and relay pack options that deliver additional energy savings and Title 24 compliance through occupancy sensing and daylight harvesting.

Visit MaxLite.com for complete product specifications.

To download a high-resolution product image, click here: http://www.maxlite.com/PDFs/PR/PRkit/MaxLite_EnlightenedSensors.jpg.zip


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