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Products, Materials + Tools | Jan 24, 2013

Emerge Lighting Develops Line Voltage LED Linear Fixture Compatible With Any TRIAC Dimming Technology

Emerge Lighting, a division of DDP, has developed a TRIAC dimmable line voltage linear lighting fixture optimized for continuous surface grazing and wall-washing applications. Designated WashGrazeLVD, the low-profile LED lighting fixture offers seamless light quality and substantial energy savings for new installations and lighting retrofits requiring high-efficacy white light.

Designed to operate from 120VAC to 277VAC without remote drivers, the WashGrazeLVD features advanced internal circuitry to allow it to dim smoothly with either leading-edge (forward phase) or trailing-edge (reverse phase) ELV dimming controls.  Consuming only 17 watts per foot while providing upwards of 900 lumens per foot and efficacy of 52 lumens per watt, the WashGrazeLVD lighting system incorporates highly efficient secondary optics that allow lighting designers to select up to nine beam angles and six white color temperatures to illuminate or accent any intricate architectural lighting application.

Utilizing single-bin high flux lighting class LED technology to produce seamless light, the WashGrazeLVD lighting system exceeds efficacy standards established by the U.S. Department of Energy under its ENERGY STARs program. The WashGrazeLVD lighting fixture is IP66 rated for wet locations and is well suited for a variety of outdoor lighting effects.

The WashGrazeLVD comes in 1ft, 2ft, 3ft, and 4ft lengths with flexible end-to-end molded connectors allowing continuous runs up to 155 linear feet. Advanced LED drive circuitry and thermal management ensure at least 70% lumen maintenance up to 50,000 hours.

For more information, or to talk to one of DDP's LED engineering experts, contact DDP or go to www.emergelighting.com.

About Emerge Lighting:
Emerge Lighting is a division of DDP. Established in 1970, DDP Engineered LED Solutions is a leader in the design and manufacture of high-quality, ultra-reliable, solid-state lighting solutions for status indication and illumination.  We pride ourselves in developing Engineered LED Solutions for virtually any industrial OEM or retrofit application including transportation, instrumentation, medical, and aerospace. DDP LED lamps are found in industrial OEM switchgear and as retrofit lamps in power plants under the PowerLine® LED brand name.  Dynamic advances in lighting class LED technology inspired DDP to branch out to serve the needs of the rapidly emerging solid-state illumination market.  Designated Emerge Lighting, DDP is applying decades of LED industry experience to the design and manufacture of high-efficacy LED fixtures that meet the demands of the architectural lighting community.

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