Universal Lighting Technologies Inc. (Nashville, TN) announced the launch of its LRAxC LED Strip Fixture Retrofit Kit with Bluetooth Controls. The product comes as an addition to the expanding fixture control ecosystem options offered by Universal.
In a statement by Universal Lighting Technologies, the LED Strip Retrofit Kit is used for replacing 4 ft. or 8 ft. fluorescent strip fixtures with LED including a Bluetooth Controller. “We remain focused on growing our integrated lighting solutions and expanding our line of retrofit solutions, especially when it includes new ways to utilize Bluetooth controls,” said Greg Bennorth, product director for LED at Universal Lighting Technologies. “Beyond simplifying LED upgrades, the Bluetooth controls allow users to unlock the potential for location-based services. Our solution gives you the flexibility to enable IoT wireless capabilities now or when you choose, because it is already part of your retrofitted luminaire.”
Applications include educational buildings, industrial spaces, offices and retail locations.
For more information, visit unvlt.com.
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