EC&M Magazine Selects Intermatic's LightMaster as 2014 Lighting Control Equipment Category Winner
Spring Grove, IL, April 25, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Intermatic, a global leader in energy management solutions, announced today that its LightMaster LM2-O-120 lighting control system has been named the Lighting Control Equipment Category Winner in EC&M’s 2014 Product of the Year competition.
LightMaster was selected for the honor by EC&M’s 16-judge panel representing electrical professionals from engineering, contracting, plant facilities and maintenance industries.
“We’re very proud to receive this vote of confidence from EC&M, a leading industry publication,” said Bryan Povish, Marketing Manager, Intermatic. “Our customers have been delighted with the safety and energy-saving benefits of LightMaster and it’s gratifying to have this validation from independent experts.”
With LightMaster’s state-of-the-art sensors, users have the power to illuminate facilities based on natural light. Instead of blanket ON/OFF controls, LightMaster uses sensors to turn lighting on in dark areas and off in naturally lit areas. Sensors can be placed anywhere within a 330 foot radius from the controls and use different settings for different areas of a location.
LightMaster can be used for any lighting application based on ambient lighting, such as atriums, ATMs/banks, parking garages, service stations, 24-hour convenience stores, perimeter lighting, and signage.
LightMaster joins 43 other product category winners as a finalist in EC&M’s 2014 Product of the Year competition. The winner will be determined by an online EC&M readers’ poll held in June. “We received a record-breaking number of entries for the 2014 competition—200 in all, which a panel of expert judges narrowed down to the 44 most innovative product introductions of the past year. Congratulations to our finalists on being included among the ‘best of the best,’ and thank you for your ongoing commitment to developing products that help those of us in the electrical industry perform our jobs faster, more efficiently, more profitably, and—most important—safer,” said Mike Eby, Editor in Chief, EC&M.