MaxLite Controls Ready LED Wall Pack

MaxLite Controls Ready LED Wall Pack

May 9, 2021

MaxLite introduces the next generation of WallMax Open Face LED Wall Packs with field-selectable CCTs, wattages and field-installable controls as a flexible and future ready outdoor lighting solution for electrical distributors and contractors.

WallMax Open Face LED Wall Packs are available in five wattages and outputs ranging from 3,300 to 14,000 lumens. All models feature field-selectable color temperatures (3000K, 4000K or 5000K), while 55-watt and 120-watt versions also include wattage selectability. Emergency battery backup and high voltage (277-480V) options are available. The wall packs are DLC Premium listed and come supported by a 10-year warranty with labor allowance (see terms at MaxLite.com).

WallMax Open Face LED Wall Packs are the first in a new line of controls-ready luminaires designed for use with c-Max Lighting Controls, MaxLite’s patent pending design that makes it easy to add luminaire-level lighting controls to indoor and outdoor applications. An internal, plug and play sensor receptacle enables c-Max control nodes to be added at the time of installation, or in the future, to generate energy savings beyond LED conversion through photocell capabilities, motion sensing and bi-level dimming. The control node is mounted internally at the bottom of the wall pack and operates through a window, keeping the sealed housing design and IP65 rating intact, and maintaining the fixture aesthetics. A cover is included to conceal the window when controls are not in use.

By purchasing c-Max low voltage sensors along with MaxLite controls-ready luminaires, customers can achieve energy savings beyond LED conversion in the most simple and affordable way. Commissioning is done via remote control or an app to add basic or networking controls functionality. Control capabilities can be upgraded in the future just by swapping sensors – no need to remove the fixture!

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