CSE judges, comprised of professional engineers who regularly design and specify HVAC, electrical, fire protection and plumbing systems, selected up to 5 finalists in each of 10 categories, and subscribers determined their ranking as gold, silver or bronze. Leviton was awarded the prestigious gold level ranking.
“It is truly an honor that Consulting-Specifying Engineer magazine and their subscribers have chosen our wireless products as the Gold award winner in the lighting control products category once again this year,” said Richard Westfall, Vice President and General Manager for Leviton’s Lighting Management Systems. “Energy conservation has never been more important, from both an environmental and economic perspective. These back to back awards illustrate our commitment to providing innovative energy management solutions and maintaining a leadership position in this market among members of the specification community.”
Without wires to run, LevNet RF devices reduce labor and material costs, and require only minutes to configure. Once installed, LevNet RF devices can be used in virtually any commercial retrofit environment to control energy consumption and reduce a facility’s carbon footprint.
LevNet RF™ devices recently were awarded Design Journal Magazine’s 2010 ADEX (Award for Design Excellence) Platinum level award, ECM’s 2010 Product of the Year Award. LevNet RF was also named Buildings’’ Top 100 Products for 2009 and Top 81 Money-Saving Products for 2010.
For more information about Leviton, visit www.leviton.com.