ETC’s Echo BACnet Interface integrates Unison Echo® lighting control systems and BACnet building management systems easily. The Echo BACnet interface is available for immediate shipment.
The IES 2018 Progress Report, which showcases architectural and commercial products that are innovative and help advance the lighting industry, is recognizing two ETC products: ETC’s ArcLamp and its Fade to Warm technology and Unison Foundry DMX-based, distributed power control products.
This month, we will explore an innovative installation of lighting controls at the Jack Chow Building in Vancouver.
This month, we will explore an innovative installation of lighting controls at the General Motors Design Dome.
The GDS by ETC ArcLamp LED retrofit lamp now has an ArcLamp Fade to Warm option, imitating the performance of incandescent lamps.
This month’s covered Lighting Control Innovation Award-winning project, part of the 2017 IES Illumination Awards, presents an innovative installation of lighting controls at The Speakeasy, an immersive theater installation on Broderick Street in San Francisco.
With the release of ETC’s Unison Paradigm® system’s latest software, Paradigm 4.0, the system incorporates: energy monitoring options, including Demand Response; improved support for tunable white and color changing fixtures; extended support for Paradigm Inspire stations, including faders; and many software optimizations to make programming and customizing the system simpler.
ETC recently announced it has acquired its longstanding partner Echoflex Solutions, a manufacturer of wireless control products for commercial lighting, HVAC and other applications.
ETC recently announced that it has appointed Carrie Cavins as an Architectural Field Project Coordinator. Cavins will provide support, advice, and education for ETC’s architectural line of products to the company’s extensive network of reps, dealers, and specifiers.
A sculptural lighting design brings visual comfort and a compelling experience to the public spaces of this large office building. Integrated controls including media-driven processors, astronomical clocks, and project-wide dimming further reduce energy use and create kinetic lighting effects to enliven the occupants’ experience.