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Leviton Awarded Top Products of 2012 from Building Operating Management Magazine


12/8/2011 10:00AM

Readers Select SectorFlex Intelligent Digital Lighting Control Systems

Leviton, a leading global manufacturer of electrical devices, has been named among Building Operating Management magazine'stop products of the year for the company's SectorFlex Intelligent Digital Lighting Control System. There were 560 products submitted and the winners were chosen by the building and facility management executives that subscribe to the magazine, ensuring 100 percent reader selection. The SectorFlex products will be featured in the January 2012 issue of Building Operating Management (BOM) as a Top Products Award Winner.

"Leviton is pleased to have SectorFlex ranked as one of the Top Products for 2012, the third year in a row that Leviton products have received this honor," said Richard Westfall, vice president and general manager, Leviton Lighting & Energy Solutions. "The SectorFlex products are part of our commitment to offering our customers the latest and most effective technologies for lighting control and energy savings."

Leviton's SectorFlex Intelligent Digital Lighting Control System combines several energy saving technologies – scheduling, occupancy sensing, daylight harvesting and dimming – into one conveniently integrated system. This topology-free system uses the same wiring type for all Sector components and accessories, making it one of the easiest lighting control systems to install. To further simplify installation, all components are on a single bus, with accessories connected to the network. The Sector family of products provides a scalable solution that offers maximum flexibility and maximum coverage in any application – from a single room to a campus of buildings.

The SectorFlex Intelligent Digital Lighting Control System is part of Leviton's integrated energy management offering, which includes Leviton occupancy sensors, daylight harvesting systems, self-powered energy harvesting wireless lighting controls, commercial grade submeters, programmable relay control and dimmers, and architectural lighting control systems for building-wide lighting management.