Lutron Electronics Co., Inc. has announced the expansion of its Hi-lume® 3D line with the introduction of multi-voltage ballasts capable of dimming T5 linear fluorescent lamps to 1%.
Green Life Smart Life™, a Rhode Island-based green building showcase home, has announced Lutron Electronics as the home’s lighting control partner. Lutron, whose products save 9.2 billion kWh annually, will be showcasing its HomeWorks® total home lighting control system in the home.
Lutron’s EcoSystem technology has just been expanded to include digital dimming ballasts for T4 compact fluorescent lamps.
Lighting control manufacturer Lutron Electronics has donated thousands of products to Habitat for Humanity, a non- profit organization that builds homes around the globe for families in need.
Lutron has introduced a groundbreaking new occupancy/vacancy sensor with unparalleled sensitivity and the ability to be retrofitted in any space without re-wiring.
Glenn D. Hughes, president of Glenn D. Hughes Consulting Associates and the director of construction for The New York Times Company during the design, installation, and commissioning of the new 52-story New York Times Building, last year made news with his announcement that the Quantum total light management system in the building was achieving a 70 percent lighting energy savings.
Lutron Electronics Co., Inc. continues to grow its roster of wireless products with the addition of GRAFIK Eye QS Wireless. The system provides seamless integration of Lutron light and shade products for complete light control in a space.
Lutron Electronics Co., Inc. has launched a new website devoted to LED lighting that highlights important product compatibility testing. The website is a public resource intended to help designers, specifiers, contractors and homeowners avoid compatibility problems and retain significant energy savings by dimming LED lighting.
Paul H. Trively passed away April 9, 2009, in Salisbury Township, Lehigh Valley, PA.
The path to energy-efficient lighting takes another step forward with the introduction of the Wireless Occupancy Sensor from Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.