Compact LED solution

Acuity Brands' DMW2 LED provides high on-task light levels and energy-saving controls options for demanding environments, such as moisture or dust.

01/14/2016


Acuity Brands' DMW2 LED provides high on-task light levels and energy-saving controls options for demanding environments, such as moisture or dust. Courtesy: Acuity BrandsAcuity Brands' DMW2 is an easy-to-install, compact LED solution that provides application versatility, high on-task light levels, and energy-saving controls options for demanding environments such as moisture or dust. The DMW2 includes features such as a lightweight, two-piece snap-together design, frosted or clear acrylic lens, and an integral battery-pack option that eliminates the need for additional emergency fixtures, remote placement, or use of ac power inverters. Additionally, the DMW2 LED maintains an IP66 wet-location listing when wall-mounted. Occupancy sensors, photo sensors, and sensor-based dimming controls are available for use in areas of low or irregular occupancy, such as stairwells or storage closets.

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