From the guide: “Many lighting control applications require support for emergency lighting of some type. These emergency lighting circuits typically provide minimum illumination levels for egress and safety as required by NFPA 101 Life Safety Code or other local building codes and standards. Designers may meet these requirements with dedicated emergency lighting fixtures. These fixtures […]
Control Freaks, presented by Green Light New York and IESNYC, invites a panel of “control freaks”–industry and academic experts–to explore the many facets of Lighting Control Systems: Daylighting controls have a huge potential for energy savings and peak-demand reduction. How can this potential be realized? What are the impediments and pitfalls? What is the future […]
Cooper Controls now offers an emergency control device that supports switching along with two-, three-, and four-wire dimming. The Cooper Emergency Power Control (CEPC) is an emergency control solution for sites with distributed circuits or fixtures that are switched or dimmable and require emergency control. Located near the emergency fixture it is controlling, the CEPC […]
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A UL Type II wet location, high efficiency HID 50% step-dimming ballasts for standard 100W to 200W MH and HPS lamps.
Lutron Services Company, a division of Lutron Electronics Co., Inc., provides solutions to upgrade or fully replace an existing lighting control system, from start to finish.
The Lighting Controls Association is pleased to announce that Lightronics, Inc. has been admitted to the Association’s membership, joining the industry’s other leading manufacturers of lighting controls and controllable ballasts.