Lutron Electronics has designed the industry’s most adaptable manual shade as a part of the Sivoia family of shading solutions. The Sivoia family of products now creates a visually seamless solution for mixed-use spaces that require both manual and electronic shades. Ideal for both commercial and residential applications, the new Sivoia Manual Shades share hardware with Sivoia QED roller 64™ for easy conversion from manual to electronic control, maintaining the system’s smooth and quiet operation. Converting the Sivoia Manual Shade to a Sivoia QED™ electronic shade is as easy as pulling off the manual clutch and inserting a Sivoia QED roller 64 drive.
Personal control of an office worker’s own personal lighting environment can now be achieved simply and easily using an ordinary personal computer with the introduction of LiteByte™ from Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.
The Sivoia QED™ (Quiet Electronic Drive) controllable shade system by Lutron Electronics Co., Inc. now provides the ability to group multiple roller shade panels on one electronic drive unit for enhanced control and greater efficiency.
Lutron Electronics Co., Inc has expanded its line of popular EcoSystem fluorescent dimming ballasts with the introduction of EcoSystem™ T5 HE (High Efficiency) ballast for use with the EcoSystem fluorescent lighting control solution. The new line of low-profile T5 dimming ballasts provides the same revolutionary digital fluorescent lighting control technology as the current “G” can ballast, in a smaller [18″ (457mm) x 1.18″ (30mm) x 1.0″ (25mm)] profile. EcoSystem solutions now extend to the complete line of high-efficiency T5HE dimming solutions for all one- and two-lamp lengths and voltages, including two-, three- and four-foot lamps in both 120v and 277v.
The University of Toronto’s new “electronic classroom” combines familiar audiovisual equipment, such as slide projectors and VCRs, with such sophisticated equipment as a multi-sync data/video projection system and multi-scene preset dimming controls. Instructors can now electronically enhance their lectures with an integrated user-friendly presentation system.
The Maestro IR remote control dimmer from Lutron Electronics has been selected as an Innovations 2006 Design and Engineering Awards honoree in the Video Accessories category. The awards are sponsored and managed by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA).
Lutron Electronics, Co., Inc. has announced three new lines of occupancy sensors that will be available this September for commercial lighting projects. The new sensors feature self-adjusting technology that helps to prevent false-on and false-off conditions, enhancing the accuracy and efficiency of occupancy-based lighting control.
The newSivoia QED (quiet electronic drive) roller 64 shade system from Lutron Electronics won a New Product Showcase Award at the 16th annual Lightfair International, the industry’s premier North American event. The product secured the Best of Category Award in the Daylighting Integration Products Category, as voted by a panel of esteemed industry judges.
The new EcoSystem ballast for fluorescent lighting control from Lutron Electronics excited audiences and was honored with a New Product Showcase Award at this year’s Lightfair International trade show and conference in New York City. The product won the Best of Category Award for Ballasts and Transformers.
Seeking to simplify installations and reduce total switching system cost, Lutron Electronics Co., Inc. has introduced SoftSwitch128™–an affordable switching system that combines Lutron’s proven SoftSwitch™ technology with a new SoftSwitch Controller.