Washington, DC, June 15, 2023 — LiteTrace, a global leader in Bluetooth® Network Lighting Control (NLC) systems, today announced the launch of the industry’s first round Driver-on-Board (DoB) LED light engines, with integrated Bluetooth®-mesh control. The 120VAC light engines are designed to be installed directly in the field as Bluetooth LED retrofits for various luminaires such as ceiling lights, flush mounts, and wall sconces. They are controlled using LiteTrace’s Keilton® mobile APP.
The three sizes available are:
- 3” diameter, 10W, up to 750 lumens
- 4” diameter, 17W, up to 1200 lumens
- 5.5” diameter, 23W, up to 1700 lumens
- Magnetic factory reset feature
- Integral UL rated clear cover plate and integrated heat sink
- Suitable for T24 installations
- UL Classified damp location listed for indoor use as field-installed retrofits
- Bluetooth Mesh Network 5.0 technology, linkable to other Keilton sensors
All three sizes are available in various CCTs up to 5000K and 90+ CRI. The innovative feature that allows easy factory reset by briefly placing the provided magnet close to the center of the light engine’s safety cover allows user ease and flexibility in network lighting control.
“By integrating Bluetooth mesh technology into these light engines, integrated luminaires such as ceiling and wall mounts can be easily setup to be controlled wirelessly with remote sensors and switches,” stated Chris Primous, VP Business Development and Sales at LiteTrace. Primous added, “these light engines are ideal for retrofits to update existing luminaires for simple network lighting controls.”
Founded in 2014 in Shenzhen, China, LiteTrace provides software services and a complete package of luminaire sensors, controllers, drivers, and gateways for manufacturing brands, facility managers, installers, retrofit companies, lighting designers, lighting specifiers, and system integrators. LiteTrace is the first manufacturer in China to receive UL 1376 verification for security capabilities, and first to achieve full-stack, in-house R&D for networked sensors and controllers. LiteTrace’s Keilton® platform was one of the first systems listed to DLC’s Networked Lighting Controls (NLC5). For more information, visit www.litetrace.com .