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Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Lumitec Launches Digital Lighting Control System

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

December 7, 2018

Lumitec’ s Poco Delivers a Powerful, Low-Cost On-board Advanced Lighting Control Solution.

Lumitec, a leading designer and manufacturer of extreme environment LED lighting solutions, officially announces the launch of their “Poco” Digital Lighting Control system.

Poco Digital Lighting Control delivers powerful, low cost on-board lighting control through a compatible MFD or connected smart device and a simple, easy to install control module.

Suitable for new builds or refits, the Poco control module is compact and completely sealed. Because it replaces physical circuits, wires, and switches, builders will often find that they can save money while offering their customers the sophisticated control previously found only on high end yachts. When installed with Lumitec’s award winning PLI technology enabled lights, even more functionality is unleashed, without the need for additional control wires. Multiple ‘virtual circuits’ can be connected to a single channel, allowing aftermarket installers to add lights and improve on-board lighting designs without adding any home wire runs.

The Poco Digital Lighting control module will be compatible with a number of mainstream MFD systems and will be available to OEM customers in early 2019 and will retail at a price of only $199.00.

Headquartered in Delray Beach, Fla., Lumitec is an engineering and manufacturing firm solely focused on the conceptualization, development, and manufacture of high-quality, extreme environment LED lighting. Lumitec LED fixtures are designed with an in-depth knowledge and understanding of the lights’ true expected life and use, combining cohesive functionality and style to guarantee superior, long-lasting products. Lumitec provides full engineering capabilities including a full electrical, mechanical, prototyping, and optics labs. Lumitec proudly conducts all of their design, testing, and manufacturing at their R&D headquarter offices in Florida.

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