In an article recently published by CONSULTING-SPECIFYING ENGINEER, Scott Ziegenfus, senior applications engineer with Lutron Electronics, defines a role for lighting in demand response strategies. Check it out here.
As LEDs continue to gain prominence in residential and commercial applications, so increases the need to dim these energy-efficient sources. Lutron Electronics is introducing a higher-power LED driver that significantly expands the capabilities of its already popular A-Series driver family. With this introduction, users can easily control LED downlights intended for use in high ceilings […]
Canada, which boasts the eleventh-largest economy in the world, has been chosen for Lutron’s first International Experience Center, located in Markham, Ontario, just outside Toronto. The center will showcase a variety of wireless lighting and shading control solutions for commercial spaces. Ground-breaking on the Canadian facility, a commercial experience center and specification office, began in […]
Dr. Ian Rowbottom of Lutron Electronics authored a whitepaper on the Lutron website titled, “Building Dimmers Vs. Building Power Plants.” Using simple math, he makes a case that while it costs $1.40-$7.75 to build a watt of electric generating capacity, it costs only about $0.35 to remove a watt with a dimmer. He writes, “At […]
This short video, produced by the Lighting Controls Association at the 2012 LIGHTFAIR event, introduces the building industry to Lutron’s embedded EcoSystem technology.
Lutron Electronics recently announced that it has teamed up with Mermet, a manufacturer of solar screen fabrics, to introduce Basketweave E Screen with KOOLBLACK™ Technology. Conventional dark-colored shade fabrics absorb energy and increase the solar heat gain in the space, wasting energy and creating an uncomfortable environment. This limits the use of dark screen fabrics […]
Lutron Electronics recently announced its new Sensor Layout and Tuning Service to assure that wired or wireless Lutron daylight sensors and occupancy sensors help projects achieve their energy-savings goals. Installing occupancy sensors and daylight sensors can be an inexact science, and sensor fine-tuning is best performed after the space is fully occupied, furniture is in […]
CLTC recently completed a case study of an integrated classroom lighting system installed at Laney College in Oakland. The project was conducted in partnership with Lutron Electronics, Inc. and Peralta Community College District’s Capital Outlay Planning and Construction. Payback was instantaneous, thanks to incentives from Oakland Shines and PG&E. The new system, which incorporates LED […]
Lutron Electronics has announced new LED models in its stairwell fixture family. The new stairwell LED fixture features an integral Lutron LED driver and control and communicates wirelessly with Lutron Radio Powr Savr wireless sensors to save more than 90% lighting electricity as a retrofit solution in most stairwell applications. [Savings assume the replacement of […]
Lutron Electronics and Coulisse, a supplier of window décor, have unveiled The Lutron Coulisse Collection. Oriented on design and innovation, the collection includes more than 700 types of high-fashion fabrics and materials for roller shades, honeycomb shades, innovative pleated fabrics and a variety of materials for Venetian blinds. The collection will be available to interior […]