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Leviton’s Occupancy Sensor Incorporated into a New Lampholder

Leviton Manufacturing company, a leader in the field of lighting energy management branded products, has introduced a new, energy efficient, hands-free, economical and quality product, the Occupancy Sensor Fluorescent Ceiling Lampholder, adhering to standards set by the currently available products, in terms of quality, safety and easy installation.

The occupancy sensor in the lampholder, responds to movement within the room, and automatically lights up/down the room. It is basically meant for closed spaces such as closets, basements, workrooms, utility rooms, storage areas and attics but can also be used in indoor and outdoor spaces.

A green LED indicator light in the lampholder reacts to activity and thus eliminates the need for wall switches. Designed with pigtail leads and four knockout holes or apertures for multiple box configurations with a 284 degree view of the room, this sensor guarantees not only easy installation processes, but also provides greatest coverage in the room. It switches off after 3mins of immobility, and also incorporates a special feature preventing the usage of bulbs that lack energy efficiency. This state-of-the-art lampholder is intended to lower fire risk factors and it features a two-year warranty, with a life period of 10,000 lamp hours. It complies with Canadian Electric code Requirements, with its above average life period ,and also fulfills the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s ENERGY STAR program by surpassing the requirements posed by NFPA 70, NEC Section 410.16.

According to Maureen Munnelly, Leviton’s Senior Product Marketing Manager, the company’s target of providing both high quality and economical solutions, has been satisfied by this new product, and that this lampholder can be used by homeowners and contractors alike. This product is to be sold through select Leviton’s distributor networks from the month of August.

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