MaxLite launches wireless controls kit as complement to indoor LED fixtures



MaxLite launches wireless controls kit as complement to indoor LED fixtures

Comprehensive kit consists of EnOcean-based controller, accessories and commissioning tools that enable facilities to comply with Title 24 and other efficiency standards

WEST CALDWELL, N.J. (November 9, 2016) – Providing a turnkey solution for lighting and controls integration, MaxLite introduces a wireless controls kit, featuring technology from EnOcean®, that pairs with the company’s line of indoor LED fixtures to help facilities conserve energy and comply with building code requirements.

Ideal for small to mid-size commercial projects such as offices, cafeterias, hallways and conference rooms, the kit provides dimming, occupancy, and daylight harvesting, supporting Title 24-compliance right out of the box. The kit is shipped according to customer specification, and includes wireless relay nodes, self-powered sensors and switches, and commissioning software that simplifies the setup, linking and management of devices. A wide range of MaxLite LED indoor fixtures are compatible with the EnOcean kit, including FlatMAX Edge Lit Panels, ArcMAX Volumetric Troffers, Lensed Retrofit Kits, Polygon Linear Fixtures, Utility Wraps, Vapor Tights and select Recessed Downlight Retrofits. MaxLite issues the kit with a five-year limited warranty and lifetime product support.

“MaxLite is pleased to be teaming with EnOcean, the leader in self-powered energy harvesting and wireless technology, to offer customers a straightforward, comprehensive solution for adding controls to their next lighting project,” said Pat Treadway, director of product management for controls and new technology. “The kit enables facilities to connect controls to a single LED fixture, or a zone of multiple fixtures, and manage settings with minimal installation effort and cost, to meet today’s stringent building efficiency requirements.”

All of the EnOcean-based devices communicate using the latest 902 MHz standard, which enables interoperability of the kit’s sensors, switches and relay nodes. This standardization means customers benefit from the simplicity of having no switch or sensor power wires, or batteries to replace. In addition, locally installed and operated commissioning software provides independence from cloud-based servers. This turnkey approach ensures a designed system can meet all applicable energy efficiency and building code requirements for lighting controls.

MaxLite offers complimentary lighting and controls layouts, as well as commissioning support by phone from 8am EST to 5pm PST. Visit for more information.

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