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Panasonic to Showcase Full-2Way Lighting Control Line and Lighting Relays at LIGHTFAIR 2011

Panasonic Electric Works Corporation of America will showcase its Full-2Way Lighting Control System and lighting relays at Booth #3805 at 2011 LIGHTFAIR international, the world’s largest annual architectural and commercial lighting trade show and conference.

“Panasonic, together with our system integrator partners, provides a turnkey lighting control system with reliable components to application drawings and quotations to commissioning,” said Vic Flynn, director of Panasonic Electric Works America Information & Wiring Division. “Our Full-2Way components have been sold in North America for over 20 years with a proven record of reliability and durability.”

Panasonic Full-2Way control system is currently being used in thousands of installations throughout North America in commercial/industrial buildings, public schools and universities, hotels, hospitals/healthcare, transportation and more.

The Full-2Way bus is a low voltage, two-wire, topology free and polarity neutral system. This affords architects, engineers and specifiers design flexibility. It is easy to install, easy to expand and ideal for both new construction and retrofit applications.

As buildings repurpose and lighting control needs change, the Full-2Way system provides facility managers and building owners the flexibility to easily readdress switches and loads without the need to rewire.

“Panasonic Lighting Control components are designed by Panasonic, built by Panasonic for the Panasonic Full-2Way lighting control system and that’s very unique about us. We design and build all of our panel and field components so we’re really a vertically integrated lighting controls company which gives us a high level of quality control and sets us apart from other control companies,” Flynn said.

The Full-2Way system can be used for daylight harvesting, occupancy sensing, load shedding and demand control which can save anywhere from 30-60% in building energy costs. Plus it can be integrated with other building management systems such as HVAC, fire and/or security.

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