Components | LED Modules | Jan 17, 2017

Universal Lighting Technologies Adds High Bay Modules to EVERLINE® Series

Universal Lighting Technologies, Inc., a global leader in commercial lighting and a member of the Panasonic Group, recently announced the expansion of its high-performance EVERLINE® LED line with the addition of the High Bay Module family. This 22 inch, dual-row design features a high-lumen output of over 7300 lumens at maximum current.

Developed to offer fixture designers a high efficacy module specifically designed for high bay lighting fixtures, the EVERLINE High Bay Modules provide excellent lumen maintenance with an L90 rating of greater than 50,000 hours while operating at temperatures up to 90°C. Two of these modules operating with the EVERLINE D23CC90xxxT-F family of drivers provide 12,400 lumens with a system efficacy greater than 130 lumens per watt (lm/W), making them ideal to be combined in multiples for high bay lighting fixtures, for both universal voltage (120-277 V) and high range voltage (347-480 V) applications.

“The High Bay Module is available with Correlated Color Temperatures (CCT) ranging from 3000 K to 6500 K, with conformal coating as a standard option, covering the growing demand of customer requirements we are now seeing,” said Heath Martin, product manager for Universal. “The thermally conductive circuit board material and dual row LED spacing both help reduce the LED’s operating temperature. This improves the lumen output and system efficacy, making them ideal for high bay fixture applications.”

Universal is a recognized global leader of the shift to LED and is invested in LED product development with North American manufacturing. Universal offers a technical support team to answer questions at 1-800-225-5278. For more information about Universal’s EVERLINE LED products, please visit www.unvlt.com

About Panasonic Lighting Americas, Inc:

Panasonic Lighting Americas, Inc., a subsidiary of the Panasonic Group, operates Universal Lighting Technologies, Inc. and Douglas Lighting Controls, two market leaders in the industry. Universal Lighting Technologies, based in Nashville, Tennessee, engineers LED solutions for commercial lighting applications as well as LED, linear fluorescent, compact fluorescent, HID, and eHID components. Douglas Lighting Controls, based in Vancouver, British Columbia, develops innovative controls systems and works to engineer energy-efficient, easy-to-install digital lighting-control solutions for commercial buildings, campuses and sports complexes throughout North America. Together, Douglas and Universal, provide customers with the most advanced lighting controls and LED components available today.

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