Are you an electrical contractor? Are you new to the world of Networked Lighting Controls (NLCs)? Are you looking for new opportunities to strengthen your business in these uncertain times?
Leviton today announced that its LED Compatibility Selector Tool has been added as a feature to the popular Leviton2Go app. The tool is designed to provide customers with a fast and easy way to select the best dimmer and bulb combinations directly at the point of purchase in stores, at distribution centers or on jobsites by simply scanning the barcode of the dimmer or bulb.
The 2021 Lighting & Homes for Tomorrow (LHFT) competition recognized nine connected home products and platforms that deliver a compelling value proposition to both consumers and utilities.
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory recently announced the publication of two updated guides and a Better Buildings Alliance (BBA) Beat Blog on controlling plug and process loads.
The Continental Automated Buildings Association (CABA) recently published a whitepaper on Power Over Ethernet, or PoE, now available for free download.
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced it will provide $65 million through its Connected Communities funding opportunity announcement (FOA) (DE-FOA-0002206) to expand DOE’s network of grid-interactive efficient building communities nationwide.
SensorSwitch™, an Acuity Brands company, has announced improved functionality and aesthetics for its WSXA Series of wall switch occupancy/vacancy sensors. The WSXA Series now features a multi-way option (MWO) for connecting up to nine switches on a single traveler for occupancy/daylight and manual switch on/off/dimming control from any switch, best applied in spaces with multiple entryways such as conference rooms, long hallways, restrooms, and breakrooms.
EiKO’s 25-minute on-demand recorded webinar will teach you about the simple, intuitive, and scalable lighting control system: Xi-Fi Wireless Controls.
This month, we explore a robust lighting controls solution used to implement tunable-white and circadian lighting and achieve WELL certification at Alvine Engineering’s corporate headquarters.
Because of the new features provided by many lighting control systems, such as the ability to change colors, some drivers now available in the market are also “programmable.” What does this mean? And why would you want to use programmable drivers?