Synapse Wireless recently published a video providing a quick overview of how its product SimplySnap simply adds color control and dynamic behaviors with color to sports lighting applications.
UL 924 changes became effective May 6, 2022 that make many industry-standard emergency solutions obsolete by requiring an input signal to indicate the presence of normal power. Acuity Brands’ nLight AIR embedded luminaires and emergency devices with EM options have been updated, offering compliance, significant savings, and versatile response to the loss of power.
RAB Lighting’s Lightcloud Blue is a powerful, flexible, simple lighting control system designed to manage lighting wirelessly.
This short video describes Legrand’s motorized commercial shading system, well suited to hospitals, offices, and education facilities.
BetterBricks recently published a video demonstrating the utility of luminaire-level lighting controls installed at the Pacific Tower, a historic building in Seattle.
This educational video, produced by the Lighting Controls Association, introduces the building industry to McWong International’s TruBlu commissioning tool for SIG-qualified Bluetooth mesh lighting control networks.
Presented by Craig DiLouie, LC, CLCP, education director for the Lighting Controls Association, this 30-minute webinar provides a deep overview of tunable-white lighting, a relatively new dimension of LED lighting control that is pioneering new capabilities and applications.
Intermatic recently released a video describing its safety measures during the pandemic, resulting in the company back to operating at 100% capacity.
Produced by Intermatic, this very clever video modeled after the introduction to HBO’s GAME OF THRONES show illustrates how the company’s lighting control and HVAC/R solutions can improve occupant comfort, reduce maintenance costs, and deliver lasting value for a variety of application types.
This educational video, produced by the Lighting Controls Association, introduces the building industry to Eaton’s Pow-R-Command, a microprocessor-based programmable lighting and plug load control system.