Craig DiLouie, LC recently interviewed Mike Crane, product manager for Hubbell Building Automation, for ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR on the topic of wireless RF lighting control. The interview is published here in its raw form. DiLouie Please describe what wireless RF lighting control is, how it works, and its intended purpose. Crane: Wireless RF lighting control is […]
The HBA WASP2 Fluorescent High Bay Occupancy Sensor is specifically designed for ON/OFF control of high bay fluorescent fixtures in warehouse, distribution centers and similar facilities. The sensor is available in end mount and surface mount versions with either single or dual outputs. All WASP2 sensors feature a daylight sensor which can be used to […]
Zone5 Daylight Harvesting System by Hubbell Building Automation: A daylight harvesting system including occupancy sensors, daylight sensors and low voltage switches, to control 1 on/off and 4 variable lighting zones.
LIGHTFAIR 2011 moves to Philadelphia this year on May 17-19. Be sure to check out the new products being offered by members of the Lighting Controls Association! Click to see a list of LCA members exhibiting at the show and their booth assignments.
Hubbell Building Automation has announced the expansion of the HBA WASP™ Fluorescent High Bay sensor product line to include sensors designed specifically for low and cold temperature environments such as freezers and similar applications.
The Lighting Controls Association has announced that Hubbell Building Automation, Inc. (HBA) has joined as a new member. Hubbell Building Automation, headquartered in Austin, TX and a subsidiary of Hubbell Incorporated, is a manufacturer of a wide range of lighting controls such as networked control systems, occupancy sensors, daylighting controls and hi-bay controls.