Cavet Technologies signs agreement with Element Controls
Cavet Technologies Inc. has formed a strategic agreement with Element Controls, a distributor, to sell Cavet’s LumiSmart ILC. Developed for the commercial and industrial markets, Cavet says LumiSmart ILC is a purpose-built product that dramatically reduces power consumed by existing and installed fluorescent lighting systems with no discernable impact on occupant comfort.
November 16, 2010 By Craig Pearson
“Energy efficient solutions are the mainstay for Element Controls and we pride ourselves on our expansive offering in this area,” said Bob Sinai, President for Element Controls. “Achieving a minimum 30% savings or more in energy consumption, Cavet’s LumiSmart provides a unique solution to the mass market and is well-aligned to our portfolio of products and overall business strategy.”
Element Controls has also partnered with Brightpath Technology Ltd. to service the entertainment industry. Brightpath invests in the sourcing, development, marketing and distribution of smart, green technologies to utilities and industrial, commercial and institutional consumers across North America and Europe.
“We are pleased to collaborate with Element Controls to bring the energy and cost savings of LumiSmart to the entertainment industry,” said Ted Riley, President for Brightpath Technology Ltd. “Our deep experience in the entertainment industry will enable Element Controls to reach new markets.”
The LumiSmart ILC is the first of a new class of Smart Grid-enabled lighting controllers that provide microprocessor-driven adaptive control of lighting circuits to reduce power consumption. Providing an instant 30 per cent or more power reduction without replacing any existing lamps, ballasts or fixtures, Cavet says the LumiSmart ILC is ideally suited for a variety of lighting environments, including office buildings, industrial spaces, health care facilities, retail locations, and parking garages.
“We are honoured to be partnering with an industry visionary like Element Controls,” said Simon Jerome, Vice President of Global Sales for Cavet Technologies. “We are thrilled that we can offer LumiSmart ILC as an Element Controls product to meet their customers’ energy efficiency needs.”
Element Controls are exhibiting at the Governors’ Global Climate Summit 2010 at the University of California, Davis in Northern California on November 15-16, where they will be showing the LumiSmart product. The third summit hosted by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, this year’s conference theme is “Building the Green Economy,” and includes other sub-national leaders as featured speakers and guests.
For more information, visit www.elementcontrols.com.
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