WattStopper has published a great series of short videos to educate the public about the networking capabilities of its DLM lighting control solution. Click to see these videos.
WattStopper has created a YouTube channel in order to share its growing video library with a wider audience. Viewers can choose from numerous informative short subjects on topics ranging from installing specific controls to selecting high ROI control investments. The channel is updated frequently, and subscribers receive automatic notifications when new content is added. Viewers can watch the videos on mobile devices as well as their computers.
Encelium Technologies has introduced Polaris 3D, its next generation of lighting control software for the Energy Control System™. As the first software application of its kind in the lighting control industry, Encelium elected to unveil this ground-breaking technology at LIGHTFAIR International 2011, held in Philadelphia this spring. The new software, which will be available in August 2011, offers users a single 360°, three-dimensional navigation in a multi-floor view, permitting faster and easier navigation to a desired control zone with the ability to see an entire facility or complex in a convenient 3D snapshot.
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR has published a video describing GE’s Ultramax Dimming and Load Shed Ballasts for fluorescent T8 lamp control at its website.
Philips Lightolier has published a new video promoting its Dynalite lighting control system. Check it out here.
Take a quick tour of the Leviton booth at LIGHTFAIR 2011.
Check out GE’s strong lighting controls presence at LIGHTFAIR 2011 in Philadelphia.
Philips Lighting Electronics has produced a video describing its outdoor lighting control product, Dynadimmer.
Universal Lighting Technologies’ Demand Control Lighting is a controllable lighting solution designed to save time and money on installation, significantly lower energy consumption, and reduce payback periods.
Check out videos of new products, product demos and other interesting control-related videos at the Lighting Controls Association’s new YouTube channel or click “LCA TV” in the top menu.