MaxLite Earns U.S. Patent for Linking Design Feature

MaxLite has earned a U.S. patent for the linking design features of its TriMax Vapor Tight fixture. This patent, issued as U.S. Patent No. 10,168,012, brings the number of its issued and pending patents worldwide to 106, a testament to its focus on developing innovation.

The TriMax is engineered with connections at the top of the fixture that maintain a hermetic seal when two or more 4-foot fixtures are linked together. By snapping a toolless connection bracket into place, installers can create an IP66 rated lighting solution that is 8-feet or longer. In addition, the TriMax is designed with translucent end caps that provide continuity across the entire run of light.

Ideal for warehouses, parking garages, stairwells and other demanding commercial and industrial environments, the TriMax is a waterproof, dustproof and corrosion resistant product that delivers 130 lumens-per-watt efficacy. In addition, the TriMax is ETL sanitation listed to NSF/ANSI2 standards for use in food service facilities. The DesignLights Consortium (DLC) Premium listed fixture is available in a choice of lumen packages (3,800 or 6,600) and color temperatures (4000K and 5000K), with emergency battery back-up and motion sensor options. The TriMax can be surface or suspension mounted, and provides 50,000 hours of illumination. The product is backed by a five-year limited warranty and lifetime product support.

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