Leviton’s new line of intelligent commercial grade occupancy sensors feature all-digital, microprocessor circuitry that continually analyzes real-time occupancy patterns in commercial buildings to continually adjust settings for maximum performance.
Lutron Electronics Co., Inc. has introduced a wall receptacle, listed for use with Lutron dimmers, that allows a table or floor lamp to be dimmed with a wall control without using a traditional lamp dimmer.
Setting and recalling a favorite light level has never been simpler, thanks to the new Maestro IR remote control dimmer from Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.
Lutron Electronics Co., Inc. introduces EcoSystem™ fluorescent lighting control products. EcoSystem devices employ revolutionary technology allowing each device to listen, think, decide and remember. EcoSystem fluorescent lighting control solutions create fluorescent lighting control systems with a simple building block architecture of EcoSystem fluorescent dimming ballasts, EcoSystem sensors, and EcoSystem controls, free from interfaces and power packs. EcoSystem fluorescent solutions redefine fluorescent lighting control as easy to design, easy to install, easy to maintain and cost effective.
HUNT Dimming, the Fort Collins, CO-based lighting controls manufacturer, has announced its Simplicity™ Series Digital Dimming Systems now have Demand Response capabilities, offering a variable load-shedding strategy for interior building lighting.
Commemorating a robust history and a tradition of service, innovation, and entrepreneurial spirit, Advance Transformer announces that the company will proudly celebrate its 60th Anniversary in 2005.
HUNT Dimming, the Fort Collins, CO-based lighting controls manufacturer, has unveiled an enhanced version of its popular Custom LCD Touchscreen series of controls which incorporates new daylighting features.
Pier 69 on Seattle’s historic waterfront was built in 1931 to warehouse rolls of metal for the production of canned salmon containers. The only concrete pier on the waterfront, Pier 69 stretches over 750 feet long and 135 feet wide. Hewitt Isley tackled this stolid building to create a new home for the Port of Seattle’s administrative headquarters. Their dynamic reno-vation created what the Seattle Weekly named “one of the grandest indoor spaces in the Northwest.”