Focal Point, LLC and Legrand North America are collaborating to deliver smarter lighting solutions for commercial spaces. Integrating Legrand’s Wattstopper Digital Lighting Management (DLM) system into a broad range of Focal Point luminaires as part of its Connected Solutions program allows for easy, code-compliant lighting right out of the box.
Lutron Electronics has signed an agreement to acquire Ketra. Founded in 2009 in Austin, Texas, Ketra offers lighting and control solutions that deliver high-quality, customizable light in residential and commercial environments.
Eaton recently announced the launch of Halo Home®, a Bluetooth® mesh, smart lighting system that allows homeowners to automate and control one light or a host of lighting products throughout the home using a smart mobile device. A home can have more than 100 lighting products, and homeowners are turning to connected lighting products for better functionality, security and safety, as well as lifestyle enrichment and wellness.
Leviton recently announced its latest integration with the Nest Learning Thermostat™, Nest Cam™ and Nest Protect™ through the Works with Nest program. Through this alignment, Leviton Decora Smart™ with Wi-Fi Technology and Nest devices can now be utilized together to automate lights and connected loads throughout the home.
Several Education Express online courses offered by the Lighting Controls Association are now required as prerequisites for National Lighting Contractors Association of America (NLCAA) certification and training of Acceptance Test Technicians in the State of California.
Universal Lighting Technologies, Inc. has introduced an online resource portal for end-users looking for assistance with a lighting upgrade. The web page offers both a database of local “ESCO Select” energy teams and support tools to help end-users find cost saving solutions for their next project.
California has been a historical leader in terms of state energy codes. California’s Title 24 has led the way by restricting allowable LPDs (Lighting Power Density) as well as mandating specific types of lighting controls. This article by Steve Mesh introduces the Title 24 energy code and its lighting control requirements.
The Lighting Controls Association is proud to offer an advance look at a selection of new products that will be displayed by members at LIGHTFAIR International May 6-10, 2018 in Chicago. While some can be seen here, many more await at member booths, so be sure to visit! SYNAPSE WIRELESS DIM10-087-06 The DIM10-087-06 adds the […]
Networked lighting control is an important emerging trend in lighting control. However, these systems may be more complex than traditional solutions. In response, the Lighting Controls Association has created a generic troubleshooting guide for networked lighting control systems, currently available free as a V1.0 beta version.
Craig DiLouie, LC, CLCP, recently had the pleasure of interviewing Jamie Britnell, Senior Product Manager, Synapse Wireless, Inc. about lighting control software for articles for ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR and tED. Click to read the interview.