LED troffer retrofit solution extends connectivity and modularity

LED troffer retrofit solution extends connectivity and modularity

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By Field Editor

Orion’s LDR series claims to be the industry’s first patented LED Troffer Retrofit contained within the door frame. The ISON LDR Troffer Retrofit Modular (LDRM) fixture introduces another first: the replaceable light engine. The future-proof, interchangeable design gives facilities a path to deliver the benefits of replaceable LED lamps or tubes without switching out the entire fixture or facing performance and safety risks, like a shorter rated life, risky wiring and potential UL and safety violations. Maintenance crews can easily replace just the light engine in the field as technology improves, light output requirements change or to change color temperature, with minimal impact on operations and productivity. The HARRIS LDR Troffer Retrofit Edge (LDRE) offers the lowest installed cost in the suite.

The new LDRM and LDRE fixtures support a multitude of accessories plus out of the box integration with leading third party control solutions including:

  • Lutron LED Drivers – featuring five different dimming driver options to leverage most Lutron controls infrastructure, even plug and play upgrades from fluorescent to LED with existing systems.
  • Enlighted Compact Sensors – small, flush mount designs that transmit wirelessly to the Enlighted network to monitor occupancy, motion, daylight and temperature and autonomously control light levels via mobile or desktop applications.

Additional updates include a 15,000 lumen output package for the HARRIS High Bay and an upgrade for the APOLLO Suspended Slimline Linear Series. The series now includes a fixture-mounted occupancy sensor with interchangeable sensor lens to meet most applications, plus suspended and surface mounting methods that ship standard with all orders for maximum flexibility during installation.

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