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1. WiFi Lighting Automation Solution
Leviton’s “hubless” home automation solution, Decora
Smart with WiFi technology, automates interior and exterior lights using the My Leviton app. The devices can be
connected to Amazon Echo, Dot, Tap, or Alexa-embedded
products to provide voice control. Learn more at leviton.
2. Low-Profile Mercmaster LED
Appleton’s Mercmaster LED Low-Profile Series of hazardous location and ordinary location luminaires is designed for lighting industrial environments requiring greater
clearance levels and reduced energy consumption. With an
installed profile of only 6˝, the luminaires’ installed depth
is approximately 25% less than its nearest competitor, according to the company. Learn more at appletonelec.com.
3. Five-Button Minute and Hour Delay Timers
Eaton’s five-button minute and hour delay timers replace
standard switches and are programmable using a range
of convenient presets, providing great flexibility and ease
of use to users, according to the company. Learn more at
4. AMC50-QI EZ-Lock
Bridgeport Fittings’s AMC50-QI EZ-Lock connector
makes fast, secure connections via a double-snap-type
AMC connector. Contractors simply snap the connector
onto the cable, squeeze the lever, and set it into the knockout. No tools are required, and it takes only half the time to
install compared with traditional AMC-style connectors,
according to the company. Learn more at bptfittings.com.
5. Center Basket LED Troffers
Nora Lighting’s center basket LED troffers present an
energy-saving solution for public areas, producing bright
overall illumination at lower wattages. Three models are
available: 1x4´ and 2x2´ models with 33W and 3,000
lumens; and 2x4´ models with 52W and 5,900 lumens.
The fixtures are 120V/277V and have a range of Kelvin
temperatures. Learn more at noralighting.com.
6. DLC-Compliant LED Tubes
Keystone Technologies has announced the expansion
of a fully compliant DLC 4 tube lineup. The company’s
DirectDrive and SmartDrive LED tubes have been engineered to exceed the latest, stringent requirements for
listing with DesignLights Consortium (DLC). Learn more at