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Vantage Announces New Fixture Alliance Partner with Environmental Lights

Legrand’s Building Control Systems division announced its Vantage brand has added a new Fixture Alliance partner, Environmental Lights. The collaboration pairs Vantage’s industry-leading light controls with Environmental Lights’ REVI low-voltage LED customizable light fixtures and power supplies, creating a dynamic, end-to-end solution.

“Environmental Lights works with its customers to create solutions to match their exact needs in a wide range of environments — from the home to retail and hospitality,” said Dave Keller, vice president of sales, Vantage. “By joining our Fixture Alliance, they can now offer seamless integration with Vantage lighting controls as well — including our new LHUMAN human-centric lighting system — for an end-to-end solution to transform any space using light.”

Environmental Lights transforms environments with LED lighting by engineering its customers’ vision into innovative solutions. With Vantage’s InFusion Controller, the end-to-end solution enables control of the fixtures’ saturations, hues, intensities, and color temperature.

“We are excited to partner with Vantage and be part of their lighting alliance,” said Jordan Brooks, president at Environmental Lights. “Vantage’s control solutions are powerful and extremely easy to program, making it simple for integrators to incorporate our REVI low-voltage lighting into the Vantage control systems, providing their customers with whole-home or whole-facility control over their lighting. The sleek design of Vantage’s keypads makes them an elegant addition to any space.”

A Vantage and Environmental Lights developed the 5+Lighting Design Dealer Profit Promotion. Projects featuring both Vantage and Environmental Lights products will receive a 5% discount from Vantage at the time of the order and a free lighting design when a project is registered.


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