aeternusLED makes DesignLights Consortium Qualified Products List

From aeternusLED, a VT KnowledgeWorks member:

DesignLights Consortium posted its Qualified Products List (QPL) report with newcomer aeternusLED grabbing top honors in the 2×2 luminaire for ambient lighting of interior commercial spaces category. Validating company claims, aeternusLED’s inclusion on the QPL in their first year while out-distancing competitors in key criteria tested in the 2×2 category launches them on a remarkable trajectory.

The aeternusLED® Dolfin II Series LED 2×2 luminaire set the mark for the category 2×2 luminaire for commercial spaces while emerging with best results in all measured criteria, including efficacy, light output, reliability, and lifetime. The now DLC certified aeternusLED Dolfin II series is offered in lumen packages producing 2,448 to 5,498 delivered lumens, from 22 to 55 watts used, thus achieving an efficiency between 99.9 and 109 lumens per watt. aeternusLED luminaires are available with a wide range of color temperature options though tested at 4,000K. The certified L70 lifetime at 140,000 hours allows the aeternusLED Dolfin II series to be sold with an industry leading 10 Year Warranty. These factors combine to allow aeternusLED to stand alone at the top in this category.

Dolfin II Series LED 2x2 luminaire from aeternusLED

With the results now on DLC’s Qualified Products List, aeternusLED® Dolfin II Series LED 2×2 luminaire bested all criteria. The QPL results validates the results from all the third party testing performed by accredited safety and performance laboratories. The aeternusLED systems are patent pending technology. The resulting light is glare-free with no shadows and 162 degree light distribution. The reflective dome makes all this possible with the use of 98% reflective white optics and custom lens material. Gary W. Engelhardt developed the concept for the Dolphin II series troffer in 2012 and is focusing on the development of new technology to ensure aeternusLED will always be an industry leader that is truly “Made in the USA.”

About the DLC
The DesignLights Consortium® (DLC) is a project of Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships (NEEP), a regional non-profit founded in 1996 whose mission is to serve the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic to accelerate energy efficiency in the building sector through public policy, program strategies and education. The DLC promotes quality, performance and energy efficient commercial sector lighting solutions through collaboration among its federal, regional, state, utility, and energy efficiency program members, luminaire manufacturers, lighting designers and other industry stakeholders throughout the U.S. and Canada.

Over its 14 year history, the DLC program has driven the lighting market towards innovation by providing information, education, tools and technical expertise for cutting edge technologies. Since 2010, the DLC has administered the Qualified Products List (QPL), a leading resource that distinguishes quality, high efficiency LED products for the commercial sector. Today, the QPL sets the bar for efficiency program incentives across the U.S. and Canada while informing manufacturer product development.

About aeternusLED
aeternusLED, Inc., a lighting company based in Blacksburg, Virginia, is a private corporation registered in Virginia with plans for many new lines, all with constantly evolving technology. Licensed worldwide and approved for commercial and government use, aeternusLED is ready to bring long term value to the LED lighting industry. aeternusLED performance and safety certifications include LM-79, LM-80, TM-21, ETL, UL1598, CE, AU, CA, ROHS, WEEE, IES, Lighting Facts, and now DLC.

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Blacksburg, VA 24060
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