Typical automatic lighting control applications involve an input device, such as a photosensor, interacting with a power controller, such as a switch. In some cases, these components may be integrated into the same device, as in the case of a wall-box occupancy sensor. In other cases, the components are installed separately, as in the case […]
Hubbell Building Automation has introduced the new IFC In-Fixture Controller. The IFC device offers stand-alone lighting control with unified motion and daylight sensing. The unified sensor head includes a PIR (passive infrared) occupancy sensor and daylight sensor. The controller also includes a built-in standard time clock. The complete unit provides on/off and 0-10V dimming control–in […]
Hubbell Building Automation has launched an intelligent lighting control that simplifies installation with auto-configuration. The NXTM Room Controller provides energy-code compliance right out of the box. The NX Room Controller integrates automatic and manual control of lighting. No network or software is required to set up the unit. Users benefit from intuitive energy-saving control over […]
Hubbell Building Automation’s wiSCAPE™ External Fixture Module lighting control device allows any outdoor light fixture to be managed, monitored and metered. The External Fixture Module provides ON/OFF control and 0-10V dimming output compatible with all 2-wire dimming drivers and ballasts. A built-in luxmeter allows for daylight harvesting and a low-voltage input is available for motion […]
Hubbell Outdoor Lighting’s LNC2 LED wallpack now features a motion sensor option. The updated fixture offers a perfect combination of efficiency, safety and security. Available with two sensor options, the upgraded LNC2 LED wallpack delivers greater control and energy savings. The SCO option features an On/Off sensor, while the SCP option offers a programmable sensor […]
The Hubbell Building Automation website receives well over a million visits each year by specifiers, engineers, architects and end users looking for solutions to their various lighting control needs. To better serve visitors, the HBA site has undergone a major renovation. Check it out here.
The Lighting Controls Association is proud to offer a sneak peak at a selection of new products that will be displayed by members at LIGHTFAIR International May 5-7 in New York City. While some can be seen here, many more await at member booths, so be sure to visit! CREE, INC. Cree, Inc. recently introduced […]
Hubbell Outdoor Lighting’s LNC2 LED wallpack now features a motion sensor option to enhance energy savings, safety and security. Available with two sensor options, the upgraded LNC2 LED wallpack now delivers even greater control and energy savings. The SCO option features an ON/OFF sensor, while the SCP option offers a programmable sensor with adjustable time […]
Craig DiLouie, LC recently interviewed Mike Crane, senior product manager for Hubbell Building Automation, for tED Magazine on the topic of wireless RF lighting control. The interview is published here in its raw form. DiLouie: How would you characterize demand for RF wireless lighting controls in both new and existing commercial buildings? Crane: Over the […]
This short video, produced by the Lighting Controls Association at the 2014 LIGHTFAIR event, introduces the building industry to Hubbell Building Automation’s wireless WiHUBB Lighting Control system.