Leviton Announces Acquisition of BitWise Controls, LLC

NEW ORLEANS, LA -- Leviton announces the acquisition of BitWise Controls, LLC, a designer and manufacturer of control and monitoring solutions for residential and commercial facilities. Leviton has been carrying BitWise Controls' automation controllers for some time and is excited to welcome them into Leviton.

As part of the acquisition, Leviton will bring BitWise Controls' entire product line into the Leviton family of solutions, including their iPhone/iTouch/iPad and Android app-based GUIs that are easy to use and simple to install with drag and drop programming, and the recently launched hand-held remote control. Additionally, Leviton will offer the Bitwise app on its popular OmniTouch 7 for applications when fixed touchscreens are required.

"Bitwise brings customizable Audio/Video controls to our product portfolio," said Jay McLellan, president of Leviton Security and Automation. "Bitwise and Leviton Installers now have affordable solutions for home theater, restaurants, boardrooms and classrooms that are modular and expandable."

"Leviton is a perfect fit for BitWise and we are very excited to be part of their team," said Lance Beck, CEO of BitWise Controls. "We look forward to providing continued innovation for our customers."

"The Bitwise deal, following on the heels of the recent acquisition of ClickOn Technology, demonstrates Leviton's commitment to strategic growth and innovation through acquisitions," remarked Daryoush Larizadeh, Leviton COO. Leviton has evolved its business into a global provider of electrical wiring devices, data connectivity solutions and lighting and energy management systems for a variety of end-use markets.

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