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EchoSun Energy Selects Green Ballast for Integration with EchoSun Lights

Apollo Lighting’s subsidiary, EchoSun Energy and Green Ballast jointly declared that Green Ballast’s daylight harvesting ballast has been chosen by EchoSun Energy where its EchoSun 2 and EchoSun 2 LED lighting products can incorporate with daylight harvesting ballast.

Following Apollo’s rigorous ballast evaluations, Green Ballast was selected. As part of this assessment, ballast's continuous control system and wireless communication functions and its compliance with EchoSun Energy’s general specification requirements was determined. This evaluation will help leverage both fluorescent and LED electrical light source.

According to Apollo’s President, Brad Sagona, the ability of Green Ballast system to allow each lighting unit to be featured with its own individual dimming control system and to minimize costs per manufactured unit are major factors in selecting Green Ballast's technology to have sophisticated dimming control systems. The company focuses on delivering and commercializing daylight harvesting system to its committed customers who will be benefited through its quick and simplified installation and efficient operation capabilities. Green Ballast products are more reliable and ensure superior performance with simplicity.

Green Ballast’s CEO Kevin Adams says that Green Ballast efficiently achieves direct marketing with lighting manufacturers. It delivers its dynamic ballast to energy solutions providers and commercial lighting customers. The company also partners with renowned OEM lighting manufacturers like Apollo that is reputed with a long-term tradition of producing versatile and quality commercial lighting products.



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