Leviton Receives Three EC&M "Product of the Year" Category Awards

OmniTouch 7, Zipline LED Platinum, and ODC Series Sensors named winners

MELVILLE, NY -- Leviton has received three "Product of the Year" category awards from Electrical Construction & Maintenance magazine (EC&M) for the OmniTouch 7 Touchscreen, Zipline™ LED Platinum and ODC Series Sensors.

"We are honored to be recognized for three awards by the electrical industry and EC&M's panel of expert judges," said William Marshall, Sr. VP of Sales & Marketing. "At Leviton, one of our core initiatives is the development of innovative and unique products that span a wide-range of industries and provide our customers with solutions to meet their unique applications."

The EC&M Product of the Year Awards showcase the most innovative products of the year and honor excellence in electrical product development and enhancement, including the following Leviton products:

• Zipline LED Platinum: Winning in the category of "Luminaires (Troffer Retrofit)," Zipline delivers an integrated modular solution for a fast and simple high performance LED lighting retrofit installation. Available in 2x2 and 2x4, the revolutionary modular design offers unmatched installation efficiency. Compact, integrated pre-wired drivers and lighting array holders mount into the existing fixture's housing using pressure-fit technology.
• OmniTouch 7: Leading the category of "Controllers and Relays," OmniTouch 7 is Leviton's latest capacitive touch, glass front touchscreen, featuring a seven-inch high-resolution screen for controlling security, lighting, HVAC systems and entertainment settings in residential and commercial applications.
• ODC Series Sensors: Recognized in the category of "Lighting Controls (Relays & Sensors)," Leviton's ODC Series Sensors simplify energy management with an easy-to-install self-contained solution. Occupancy sensor models include line voltage occupancy sensing, daylight harvesting and manual-ON/auto-OFF override control in a single unit with no special control stations required.

To learn more, visit http://www.leviton.com
 

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