MaxLite Joins Lighting Controls Association

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June 21, 2021

MaxLite has joined the Lighting Controls Association, the industry organization dedicated to promoting adoption of lighting controls in commercial buildings.   

MaxLite recently launched c-Max Lighting Controls, a patent pending design that makes it easy to add luminaire-level lighting controls to indoor and outdoor applications. By purchasing c-Max low voltage sensors along with MaxLite controls-ready luminaires, customers can achieve energy savings beyond LED conversion in the most simple and affordable way. Commissioning is done via remote control or an app to add basic or networking controls functionality. Controls can be added during installation or upgraded in the future without removing the fixture. 

“As an innovator in LED technology, we are pleased to join the Lighting Controls Association in its work to educate the public about the benefits of lighting control,” said Umesh Baheti, MaxLite senior vice president of product management, engineering and supplier relations. “We look forward to contributing to a deeper understanding of how ESCOs, contractors and facility managers can leverage LED lighting upgrades to maximize energy savings and tap into the extraordinary value and flexibility that lighting control can add to buildings.”  

The Lighting Controls Association, a council of the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA), has been committed to educating the professional building design, construction, and management communities about lighting control technology and application for more than 20 years. For more information about the Lighting Controls Association, visit http://lightingcontrolsassociation.org/.

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