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LANTANA LED Rolls Out Sustainable Lighting Families for Data Center, Industrial, and Commercial Applications

LANTANA LED, a leading provider of sustainable lighting solutions, has announced two new lighting product lines designed to meet the needs of data center and commercial building owners.

The Illucent family of products and Neoteric, a sleek, modern line of luminaires, encompass seven new lighting fixture styles now available for deployment in various commercial and industrial settings.

“Our two newest product lines are a result of close collaboration with data center owners, electrical contractors, and engineers and are designed specifically to eliminate commercial and industrial building operator pain points,” said LANTANA LED CEO Sam Rabinowitz. “All of our fixtures adhere to strict sustainability, efficiency, and maintenance standards, with special attention paid to temperature rating, speed of installation, ease of operation, energy efficiency, and price.”

The Illucent line includes linear, chandelier, and troffer styles designed for a diverse audience of architects, interior designers, facility managers, and property owners who value superior quality and energy efficiency in their lighting solutions. This collection caters to commercial and industrial settings, including data centers, healthcare, retail, hospitality, education, and government facilities. All Illucent fixtures are UL-listed for elevated ambient operating temperatures with unmatched longevity and superior energy efficiency. This high-quality line delivers better ROI and the highest value for mission-critical new construction and renovation projects.

The Neoteric line includes the box linear, cylinder, slim linear, and edge-lit panel styles for architects and commercial property owners seeking cutting-edge technology, energy efficiency, and sleek designs created to infuse spaces with modern elegance. Recommended for healthcare, hospitality, commercial, government, education, and data center applications, the Neoteric line prioritizes hassle-free maintenance, environmental responsibility, and unmatched longevity.

Both lines, as well as LANTANA LED’s expanded Edge product family, are designed to lower data center material, installation, and labor costs using distributed low voltage, saving approximately 1.38 hours per fixture.

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