Increasing their versatility, the lightbars are now damp-listed for use in indoor locations with high condensation, such as bathrooms, utility rooms and indoor pool areas. The fixtures have also earned certification from the National Sanitation Foundation (NSF), and may be used in food and beverage processing environments.
A new ETL-listed connection box allows installers to make a hardwired connection to the lightbar system. The unique profile allows the wiring connection to be located in a wide range of locations and comply with National Electrical Code (NEC) requirements.
A low profile distribution hub allows up to four separate light bar chains to run from the same 120-volt source. The distribution hub integrates an on/off switch for additional convenience.
MaxLite’s lightbars also include an optional mounting clip for directional applications. The patent-applied-for clips install to most mounting surfaces with a wood screw and give installers additional flexibility directing light for display and showcase lighting.
Engineered for high performance with an easy to conceal enclosure, Plug-and-Play LED Lightbars offer an efficacy superior to the CFL and halogen fixtures they are designed to replace. They feature a high lumen output and full architectural-grade diffuser that minimizes glare and delivers even lighting while concealing the LEDs from view. Constructed with a high-quality finish and overall dimensions of less than one square inch, the lightbars ensure a sleek appearance in all applications. When linked together, the luminaires achieve unbroken beams of illumination that enhance decor and meet functional needs.
Dimmable down to 15 percent, the lightbars are engineered with an integral, low-voltage driver that maximizes energy efficiency without sacrificing light output. They have a long-lasting 50,000-hour life and are designed to operate with reduced heat, lowering maintenance and HVAC costs over their lifetime.