The Distributed Low Voltage Power (DLVP) system, launched by Eaton, is an easily configured “plug-and-play” system, which reduces installation labor by up to 40 percent with a total installed system cost savings of up to 20 percent.
Eaton, the power management company, has unveiled the DLVP system that combines power, LED lighting and controls into one simple, energy code compliant, project solution by blending the benefits of both alternating current (AC) and direct current (DC) power distribution.
According to the news release, the DLVP system offers a power module, available in 300 and 600 watts; traditional lighting control options like occupancy and daylight sensors; zone and scene wall stations with out-of-the-box control; receptacle control switch packs for receptacle plug loads; hand-held programming and personal remotes.
“The out-of-the-box functionality of the DLVP system provides design-build contractors, installers and owners an LED lighting and controls solution that offers fast, simple installation with reduced wiring materials and minimal complexity,” said Chris Andrews, product manager, Eaton’s Lighting Division.
“The sustainable solution allows customers the ability to control and program different lighting products based on occupancy and daylighting. Our system provides energy code compliant lighting, receptacle and emergency controls capabilities without commissioning.”