Douglas Lighting Controls, a member of the Panasonic family of companies, recently announced the launch of its newest energy management platform, CheckLight™ The new cloud-based technology pairs seamlessly with Douglas centralized, distributed and wireless lighting control systems.
This educational video, produced by the Lighting Controls Association at the 2019 LIGHTFAIR event, introduces the building industry to NX Distributed Intelligence by Hubbell Lighting.
Leviton recently announced the launch of its Lev-Lok USB Receptacle, the latest addition to the Lev-Lok modular wiring device portfolio. This extensive new offering of USB Receptacles includes both Type A/A and Type A/C USB port options, 15 Amp and 20 Amp configurations, Commercial Specification Grade and Heavy-Duty Hospital Grade devices, as well as a variety of colors.
Hubbell Integrated Solutions recently announced a strategic partnership with Signify and Point Inside for the development and offering of an end-to-end Indoor Positioning Solution, called “Hubbell IPS.” Hubbell IPS provides customers with the ability to implement real-time location and analytics services for indoor venues, such as retail, hospitality, entertainment, healthcare, transportation and special event environments.
“Delivering lighting controls is the work of the membership of the Lighting Controls Association. But who is responsible for commissioning them?” writes Thomas Paterson, Director of Lux Populi.
In this blog post, OSRAM makes a case for integrating smart lighting with building management systems.
Decora Smart™ Wi-Fi™ turns any home into a Smart Home with the My Leviton™ App. Leviton offers a strong selection of automated dimmers, switches, and plugin products for automated control of lights, motor loads, appliances, and more. Schedule lights and connected loads to turn on/off at specific times or based on sunrise/sunset, easily group smart devices into rooms, and create scenes to activate multiple lights at once. Enjoy remote access from anywhere, with no hub required.
Universal Lighting Technologies, Inc. recently won an esteemed award in the Electrical Distributor (tED) Magazine’s 2019 “Best of the Best” Marketing Awards Competition for its Touch to Tune Product Launch (Supplier Less Than $250M).
In this article, C. Webster Marsh, designer with Horton Lees Brogden, discusses the topic of interfaces between incompatible devices designed to different protocols, and how to get the best results.
Tunable-white LED lighting offers highly efficient general illumination combined with dimming and the ability to tune correlated color temperature (CCT) from warm- to cool-white. A strong potential application is classrooms, where teachers can set lighting/visual conditions to support classroom activities. In May 2019, the Department of Energy (DOE) published a Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) report evaluating a trial installation of tunable-white lighting systems at three classrooms in an elementary school in Folsom, California.