Schneider Electric now offers lighting controls information on its U.S. mobile website enabling viewing on mobile devices such as tablets, iPhones, iPads and Blackberry phones. Features include: – Easy to Use Sensor Cross Reference Tool – Access to the latest Lighting Control news – Easy access to literature, videos, and product information Click here to […]
Archives for August 2013
Hubbell Building Automation recently announced its membership in the EnOcean Alliance. By becoming a participant member in one of the fastest growing technical alliances, the company has released its wiSTAR Wireless Lighting Controls, based on energy harvesting wireless technology from EnOcean. The wiSTAR product line includes batteryless occupancy sensors, light switches, photocells, a key card […]
Cooper Controls recently announced the launch of its new Room Controller lighting control system. The system incorporates occupancy sensing, daylighting, receptacle control, demand response and manual controls as well as, a patent-pending, Underwriter Laboratory 924 listed relay and integral skylight control all integrated into one comprehensive solution. The Room Controller system has been developed to […]
The Lighting Controls Association invites the electric power industry into a partnership to advance education about energy-saving lighting controls. Toward this end, we recently produced a 16-minute webinar introducing electric utilities, independent system operators and energy efficiency organizations to the Lighting Controls Association and its capabilities. The webinar presents the case for the importance of […]
Schneider Electric recently announced the availability of two new Architectural Dimming Systems, expanding the company’s portfolio of commercial lighting control solutions and providing users the ability to control an area with sophisticated, customizable, and precise lighting settings while also driving energy efficient, cost-effective and compliant operations. Schneider Electric’s Architectural Dimming System is available in two […]
The Illuminating Engineering Society’s TM-23-11 publication serves as a technical resource for lighting specifiers integrating control into their projects, providing detailed information about lighting control protocols. Get it here.
Navigant Research recently published a blog post about how the advent of LED lighting and lower-cost control technology is changing the lighting controls industry, causing three types of companies to compete for dominance. The article begins: “With the rise of LED lighting and inexpensive controls technologies, the market for networked lighting controls is expected to […]
WattStopper recently announced the new LMLS-600 dual loop photosensor that provides superior automatic daylighting control for applications with skylights. Developed in cooperation with the California Lighting Technology Center (CLTC), Wal-Mart and three California utilities, the device includes two photosensors – an open loop sensor to detect daylight contribution, and a closed loop sensor to read […]
Second Baptist Church is a vibrant community of more than 60,000 members across multiple campus locations. The Senior Pastor, Dr. Edwin Young, is committed to serving the entire church community whether they are able to attend services in person, or remotely through the church’s worldwide broadcast ministry. To meet this broadcast goal, the church offers […]
Through precise control and metering, GE’s LightGrid Wireless Outdoor Control helps municipalities negotiate better rates with utilities. Click here to learn more.