The Lighting Controls Association is pleased to welcome EiKO, LLC as a new member.
Leviton Lighting Brands recently announced a partnership with BIOS® to expand its offering of humancentric lighting solutions. Birchwood, Intense, ConTech, and Viscor will integrate BIOS SkyBlue technology into existing product offerings.
The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) joined nine other Standards developing organizations to file a “friend of the court” legal brief in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, for copyright protection in the Standards development process. The case, Milice v. Consumer Product Safety Commission, involves a claim that industry Standards lose their copyright protection when referenced in Federal regulations.
Watch this video for an introduction to how GE Current, a Daintree company is enabling intelligent industrial environments with an innovative combination of LED lighting, sensors and controls, energy management applications, and an open architecture that supports the implementation of the Internet of Things.
The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) recently announced that American National Standard for Light-Emitting Diode Drivers—Methods of Measurement is now available. This standard describes the procedures to be taken in measuring performance of LED drivers.
With Lutron’s lighting designer app for the Athena System, one can program and personalize scenes in real-time, right in the space from an iOS device.
Leviton recently announced the launch of a new line of smart touchless wallbox occupancy sensors. The new product line, Smart Wallbox Sensors, are designed for easy, out-of-the-box operation, minimizing contact, and simplifying installation. The sleek design, paired with a wide range of features allows for energy savings, local control, and code compliance.
Panasonic Lighting Americas, Inc., parent company of Universal Lighting Technologies and Douglas Lighting Controls, recently announced a strategic solution partnership with Pointr, a leader in deep location platforms. The new partnership enables an offering of end-to-end connected lighting solutions, paired with real-time location-based services, to address the convergence of physical spaces with the virtual world.
Douglas Lighting Controls®, a member of the Panasonic family of companies, recently announced its Dialog® eco-system has been approved by DesignLights® Consortium and in their Qualified Products List (QPL) under Network Lighting Controls (NLC). The Dialog listing covers all Douglas Dialog products, including Dialog Centralized and Distributed Systems, Bluetooth Network System, and CheckLight® Energy Management System.
The DesignLights Consortium (DLC) recently released a new version of its technical requirements for networked lighting controls, aiming to encourage wider market adoption of this energy-saving and smart building-enabling technology by focusing on issues it says are key to increasing customer confidence.