MINNEAPOLIS, March 25, 2016
Engineered Products Company (EPCO), a supplier of specialty lighting and wiring consumable products for electrical contractors, today announced the introduction of its Motion-Sensing LED closet luminaire, an Energy-Star rated versatile luminaire that combines energy savings with unparalleled performance, improved efficacy, and more usable lumens per watt. It's the reliable and sustainable LED lighting solution for a variety of smaller indoor locations including attics, basements, storage rooms, garages, and small storage buildings.
“In keeping with our reputation for high quality, reliable, and durable products that are designed and engineered with innovative features that cut installation times and lower labor costs, the Motion Sensing LED Closet Luminaire also provides energy and maintenance savings of more than 95 percent when compared to a traditional 60-watt incandescent lamp” said EPCO President Jack Schuster. “It’s small form factor provides bright “warm” lighting and is perfect for any small area location and is designed for new or retrofit construction. It is also suitable for ceiling and wall mount applications and complies with general rebate requirements for lighting upgrades.” For simplicity, no separate line voltage is needed for a wall switch saving the electrical contractor between $25 - $40.00 per installation.
Extremely versatile, EPCO’s newest luminaire features three operating modes: as a standard wall switch; ON/OFF for the luminaire itself; and occupancy mode, to detect motion up to 15 feet away, continues to operate until no motion is detected for three minutes, then shuts-off. The LED Closet Luminaire provides significant energy savings with an annual operating cost of $.28 cents per year based on a total of 60 minutes per day, 265 days per year a@ $.11 KWH, complying with mandated energy code requirements.
For more information about Engineered Products Company and our products including the EPCO LED Closet Luminaire, call (800) 336-1976 or email@example.com. Follow us on Twitter @EPCO1976.