AMERICAN SCHOOL & UNIVERSITY recently published an article by Anne Hildenbrand, AIA, LEED AP, and Lisa Lamkin, AIA, CSI, LEED AP of BRW Architects, who described their work on John T. White Elementary School, the first school in the Fort Worth (Texas) district to be verified as a High Performance School by the Collaborative for […]
Archives for March 2013
The HBA WASP2 Fluorescent High Bay Occupancy Sensor is specifically designed for ON/OFF control of high bay fluorescent fixtures in warehouse, distribution centers and similar facilities. The sensor is available in end mount and surface mount versions with either single or dual outputs. All WASP2 sensors feature a daylight sensor which can be used to […]
In an article recently published by CONSULTING-SPECIFYING ENGINEER, Scott Ziegenfus, senior applications engineer with Lutron Electronics, defines a role for lighting in demand response strategies. Check it out here.
WattStopper recently announced the appointment of Chester L. “Chip” Brown III as Vice President of Service. In his new position at WattStopper, Brown will lead the service organization, including design support, application engineering, field technical services, and technical support teams. Brown has held numerous senior positions with Fortune 500 companies. Most recently, Brown served as […]
As LEDs continue to gain prominence in residential and commercial applications, so increases the need to dim these energy-efficient sources. Lutron Electronics is introducing a higher-power LED driver that significantly expands the capabilities of its already popular A-Series driver family. With this introduction, users can easily control LED downlights intended for use in high ceilings […]
Leviton recently launched French and Spanish language versions of www.leviton.com, expanding the company’s global web presence. The French and Spanish translated versions of the website will automatically update to synchronize with the English language website. Access the French version here and the Spanish version here or at Leviton.com.
Demand for electricity in the United States has gone up in all but four years since 1949. The Department of Energy predicts growth in capacity of 0.6% per year through the year 2040. Many states and utilities have long considered energy efficiency a resource for satisfying growing demand. According to a study by the American […]
This short video, produced by the Lighting Controls Association at the 2012 LIGHTFAIR event, introduces the building industry to GE’s Monitor Dimmable Outdoor Photocontrol solution. The GE Monitor Stand-Alone Controller turns on at dusk, dims at your predetermined time to your preset amount, returns to full brightness at 5 a.m., and turns off at dawn. […]
The Lighting Control Innovation Award was created in 2011 as part of the Illuminating Engineering Society’s Illumination Awards program, which recognizes professionalism, ingenuity and originality in lighting design. LCA is proud to sponsor the Lighting Control Innovation Award, which recognizes projects that exemplify the effective use of lighting controls in nonresidential applications. In the award’s […]
Canada, which boasts the eleventh-largest economy in the world, has been chosen for Lutron’s first International Experience Center, located in Markham, Ontario, just outside Toronto. The center will showcase a variety of wireless lighting and shading control solutions for commercial spaces. Ground-breaking on the Canadian facility, a commercial experience center and specification office, began in […]