IOTA IIS 125 Inverters Now cUL Listed for Canada

EIN IOTA cUL Inverters

October 13, 2021

IOTA® IIS 125 Inverters are now UL 924 Listed for both United States and Canada. IIS 125 inverters deliver 125W of emergency power to LED, fluorescent, and incandescent loads and are available in both surface mount cabinet or ceiling grid mounting designs.

Additional product advantages of IIS 125 inverters include:

  • NEMA 410 rated to its full 125W capacity – no need to de-rate to guard against potential inrush with LED loads.
  • Optional dimming relay lead to accommodate 0-10V dimming signals on the circuit without affecting emergency operation
  • Line voltage allows for remote operation of outdoor fixtures
  • Emergency runtimes can be extended by adjusting load size

View more IOTA IIS 125 inverter specifications and resources here:

IIS 125 SM Surface Mount Inverter –   Webpage | Specification Sheet
IIS 125 CG Ceiling Grid Inverter –  Webpage | Specification Sheet

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