Eaton’s Distributed Low-Voltage Power System combines power, lighting and controls into one simple yet brilliant solution. Low-voltage DC and advanced LED technology meet integrated controls to deliver a system that is flexible, sustainable and highly cost-effective.
Flexible and electrically efficient solution
Eaton’s Distributed Low Voltage Power (DLVP) System blends the benefits of both AC
and DC power distribution, reducing installation labor by up to 40 percent and total
installed cost of an LED lighting and controls project by up to 20 percent.
Pre-terminated class 2 cabling
Favorable low-voltage labor rates
Easily configured “Plug-n-Play” system independent of system wiring
Cut ties with complexity
Imagine a low-voltage alternative to AC line voltage: an advanced system designed to maximize electrical efficiency and minimize labor and materials costs - all wrapped into a package so simple, installation and configuration can happen simultaneously.
Installation Flexibility for a
Variety of Applications
DLVP was intentinally developed to be simple, making it a perfect solution for applications with repeated spaces and identical configurations, such as schools, offices or healthcare facilities. DLVP is also ideal for providing simplified energy code compliance and flexibility from an addressable system. Control lighting in these settings to meet code, save energy and improve aesthetics.
• Increased safety
• Centralized maintenance
• Improved ROI
• Reduction in installation time, labor and materials
• Simplified controls installation and configuration
The Distributed Low-Voltage Power System provides energy compliant lighting, receptacle and emergency control capabilities that allow for out-of-the-box functionality in virtually any space. The DLVP System was designed to provide energy efficient code compliance in a
Providing low-voltage power and control in the same cable, the wiring approach of the Distributed Low-voltage Power system is greatly simplified and minimizes the material required to install a lighting and control system.
Minimizing line voltage wiring and terminations, the Distributed Low-voltage Power system utilizes pre-terminated cabling for plug-n-play connections. The result is a system that installs quickly, eliminates wiring errors, and is configured by the installer.