Universal Announces Everline LED with CRI 90Zhaga Compliant ZH and ZHL Modules

“We are extremely proud to be launching the 90 CRI line,” said John Ronk, LED product manager at Universal Lighting Technologies. “We are confident in the quality and reliability of the product, with our long history of control manufacturing experience in North America. The continuous growth of the Everline family of LED driver and module components positions us at the forefront of LED technology and design application flexibility.”

Everline modules are designed for use in high performance lighting fixtures with features that include high efficacy, excellent lumen maintenance and consistent color. Everline LED modules are available in linear and round configurations for a variety of lighting fixture styles. Everline modules are offered in both indoor and outdoor LED lighting applications, and they are available in a large variety of lumen options.

Universal has also launched new connector options for the 32 and the 56 Everline modules. These connector options are for end-to-end, series or parallel wiring. Standard, single connector models can be wired in series, while the dual connector driver can be wired at either end of the module to prevent shadowing in the middle of the fixture.

For more information, please visit www.unvlt.com.

About Universal Lighting Technologies:
Universal Lighting Technologies, Inc., produces some of the world’s most advanced LED, linear fluorescent, compact fluorescent, HID, and eHID solutions for commercial lighting applications, as well as the most cost-effective energy management systems in the lighting industry today. A global leader in research and development since 1947, Universal Lighting Technologies became a member of the Panasonic Group in 2007. Today, the company manufactures and distributes products under the Universal®, Everline®, Triad®, Panasonic, Vossloh-Schwabe, DCL®, DEMANDflexTM, and Signa® brand names. Universal Lighting Technologies — Energy Intelligence in Lighting.

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