The Schneider Electric North American Operating Division has earned the prestigious Partners of Choice Award from David Weekley Homes, the second-largest for-profit, privately held homebuilder in the United States.
Universal Lighting Technologies is expanding its DEMANDflex™ family of high-efficiency T5 and T8 ballasts. The latest addition is the B228PUNVDRH-D, which is designed to operate two F14, F21, F28, or F35 T5 lamps with an input voltage range of 120 to 277 volts.
The DHMI is a 7-inch diagonal, high resolution, wide-screen format, color LCD used for interfacing with the Delta Controls building Automation System. The Delta DHMI uses BACnet over Ethernet to communicate with controllers on a local area network. User created graphics allow the DHMI to be completely customized for a given application.
Cooper Controls is the first lighting controls manufacturer to provide integrated power metering as a standard feature in its iLumin line of architectural dimming panels and the Greengate ControlKeeper series of energy management relay panels. Like the iLumin source controllers, the ControlKeeper panels perform true circuit level power metering via voltage, current and frequency measurement circuitry that is integral to their design.
Cooper Controls announced that it has entered into a technology and marketing agreement with Electronics Diversified, LLC (EDI). Full terms of the agreement were not disclosed.
Philips Lighting Electronics has introduced the Philips branded ActiLume Color System, an easy-to-use-and-install offering that provides dynamic and static color effects using energy-efficient and long-lasting fluorescent and solid state lighting technologies.
Leviton Manufacturing Company has announced the relocation of its global corporate headquarters to Long Island’s Suffolk County. Leviton outfitted the 4-story, 140,000 square foot facility, located at 201 North Service Road in Melville, with the latest “green building” materials and systems. This includes a variety of Leviton’s own devices and controls — from sophisticated lighting energy management systems to box-mounted designer switches, outlets and dimmers.
Green Life Smart Life™, a Rhode Island-based green building showcase home, has announced Lutron Electronics as the home’s lighting control partner. Lutron, whose products save 9.2 billion kWh annually, will be showcasing its HomeWorks® total home lighting control system in the home.
Lutron’s EcoSystem technology has just been expanded to include digital dimming ballasts for T4 compact fluorescent lamps.
Lighting control manufacturer Lutron Electronics has donated thousands of products to Habitat for Humanity, a non- profit organization that builds homes around the globe for families in need.