Safety lighting: Hazardous area rated LED lighting fixture
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Safety products: Dialight, a provider of LED lighting technology, has introduced the world’s first Class I Div 2 certified LED lighting system featuring advanced integrated wireless controls. The new SafeSite® High Bay with Wireless Control system offers a simple and secure touch-screen management interface that provides maximum lighting control and energy efficiency for both indoor and outdoor hazardous applications such as power generation and chemical facilities, refineries and drilling platforms.

The system combines Dialight SafeSite LED technology with a powerful yet simple-to-use touchscreen wall controller that is ETL certified to UL standards. Up to 100 fixtures can be networked onto a single controller and banked by aisle, room or other configurations for zonal control. By implementing the system, facilities can eliminate the need to keep lights burning 24/7 to avoid the lengthy warm-up period and wear-and-tear of repeated on/off operation on conventional fixtures. Facilities also gain independent control of lights, including…………… continues on Utility Products

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Security lighting focused by CU
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In the middle of growth-inspired projects like widening roads, rebuilding interchanges, residential developments and electric grid upgrades that are taking the lion’s share of time and attention by Cleveland Utilities crews and contractors, one that likely will soar just under the community’s radar is a new, more efficient form of security lighting.

But its improvements — in cost, quality and longevity — haven’t been lost on the crowded desk of Bart Borden, vice president of the CU Electric Division.

The new LED security lighting was included in Borden’s recent monthly report to the Cleveland Board of Public Utilities. Although it was listed No. 9 on the department head’s detailed agenda, Borden didn’t hold back on his enthusiasm for the new outdoor lighting fixture that he said w…………… continues on Cleveland Daily Banner

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