Power management company, Eaton, offers the Distributed Low Voltage Power (DLVP) system, a low-voltage system combining power, LED lighting and controls into one energy code compliant, project solution by blending the benefits of both alternating current (AC) and direct current (DC) power distribution. The plug-and-play system reduces installation labor by up to 40 percent with a total installed system cost savings of up to 20 percent.
The commissioning DLVP solution utilizes AC power for transmission and DC power for connectivity, offering a complete low-voltage solution for applications with repeated spaces and matching configurations including schools, private and open commercial offices, conference rooms and healthcare facilities such as doctor’s offices, urgent care and rehabilitation centers. The light-emitting diode system was installed in the Cincinnati, Ohio-based, offices of USGreentech, a company focused on the development and distribution of synthetic turf infill for the sports field industry.
The DLVP system components include a power module, available in 300 and 600 watts; traditional lighting control options including occupancy and daylight sensors; zone and scene wall stations that offer out-of-the-box control; and receptacle control switch packs to control receptacle plug loads.
The DLVP system includes hand-held programming and personal remotes. The programming remote sets sensor hold times and sensitivity, daylight gains by zone, sensor range and assigns fixtures with integrated sensors to control zones. The personal remote provides the user the ability to individually control zones and create scenes to customize their lighting environments.
The system is compatible with models representing Eaton lighting product lines, including Metalux; Corelite; Neo-Ray; Portfolio and Halo Commercial.
To learn more about the DLVP system, visit the web page, read the Design Guide or brochure and watch a video.