Bantam Lighting Control System by PLC Multipoint: A lighting control panel with 8 switch inputs, 4 analog photosensor inputs, 16 digital switches and astronomical and 7-day clock.
Archives for June 2011
Take a quick tour of the Leviton booth at LIGHTFAIR 2011.
In May 2011, Correctional News published “Lighting Controls Provide Green Benefits” by Joshua Slobin, which describes the energy-saving and resulting sustainability benefits of advanced lighting controls. Get the full story here.
Check out GE’s strong lighting controls presence at LIGHTFAIR 2011 in Philadelphia.
Powerlink EM Intelligent Lighting Panel by Schneider Electric: An intelligent lighting panels for a simple, cost effective and code compliant way to meter and control branch circuits.
QUICKTRONIC QTO by OSRAM SYLVANIA
A UL Type II wet location, high efficiency HID 50% step-dimming ballasts for standard 100W to 200W MH and HPS lamps.
LMLS-500 Photosensor by WattStopper: A multi-zone switching and dimming digital photosensor that integrates with occupancy sensors for maximum energy savings.
In 2009, the American Institute of Architects (AIA) introduced the 2030 Commitment Program, a voluntary initiative for AIA member firms and other entities in the built environment that asks these organizations to make a pledge, develop multi-year action plans, and implement steps that can advance AIA’s goal of carbon neutral buildings by the year 2030. At the end of the 2010 calendar year, firms were asked to submit an assessment of their 2010 design work using a tool released by the AIA last year. A new report, Measuring Industry Progress towards AIA 2030 Carbon Reduction Goal, includes data from 56 firms accounting for nearly 385 million gross square feet (GSF) nationwide. A key energy reduction initiative included in the survey was installation of occupancy sensors.
WattStopper has launched Control Six Online, a new free online tool to help users pinpoint ideal lighting control solutions for the six types of spaces most commonly found in commercial buildings. This interactive selector offers two levels of performance, with unlimited access to a single room Quick Selector and login access to a Multi-Room Selector developed for professional users. Both versions prompt users to input information about each space in order to recommend appropriate products.
Terry Mocherniak, Chief Operating Officer for Encelium Technologies, contributed an article to AutomatedBuildings.com about addressable lighting controls and specifically Encelium’s Energy Control System™. Check it out here.