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Universal Lighting Technologies Opens New Headquarters

Universal Lighting
Technologies, Inc. is starting the year on a high note with the announcement of
its new corporate headquarters at 51 Century Blvd., Suite 230 in Nashville,
Tennessee. Not only does the new building better position the company for
growth, but it also comes newly equipped with innovative and energy-efficient
lighting incorporated throughout the office, including updated meeting room
technology for greater capabilities to network with customers.

“Universal Lighting
has seen significant growth over the past few years since we joined the
Panasonic family,” said Chris Holstein, Vice President of Marketing. “We¹re
excited to start the next chapter in our company¹s future as we make the move
to a new home where the lighting technology reflects the very products that
have led to our success.”

 

Universal Lighting

 

The new corporate
office positions the company for greater growth and includes leading designs
and state-of-the-art technologies from all members of the Panasonic Lighting
Americas group.

LED technologies in
the facility include LED downlights that use EVERLINE LED Drivers and Chip on
Board LED Modules with 0­10V dimming controls. Existing recessed troffer
lighting fixtures were upgraded with LED retrofit kits and EVERLINE linear LED
modules to provide high efficiency lighting with high quality color and an
extremely long rated life while being dimmable. DCL control technology allows
the LED drivers to receive communications over the power line, providing energy
management load shedding capabilities.

Universal Lighting¹s
new headquarters incorporates leading fluorescent technologies, including
DEMANDflex ballasts, as well as six-lamp T8 fixtures installed throughout the
unique and innovative office space. The lighting system also utilizes VariPRO 0­10V
dimming in the main entry. Both technologies are incorporated with a Dialog
Control System and occupancy sensors from Panasonic’s Douglas Lighting Controls
for local zone control, manual overrides and facility scheduling.

 

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