Hubbell Lighting Components recently introduced the Microwave Sensor Module (MWM) control. The MWM detects motion from behind plastic or glass diffusers.
Eaton’s The Lighting Resource recently published an article about dimming LED lamps and luminaires.
Philips Lighting recently announced the launch of a new Cloud-based Scene management app that enables businesses to quickly and simply change a building’s architectural lighting using a smartphone or tablet.
Intermatic Incorporated has announced its new Ascend™ 7-Day In-Wall Programmable Timer, a next-generation control that helps contractors save 5-15 minutes on each installation while delivering tech-forward features to consumers.
OSRAM recently announced the launch of SensiLUM™, a wireless integrated sensor product family. SensiLUM sensors enable occupancy detection, daylight harvesting and individual or group control of luminaires over a mesh network based on ZigBee® standards.
Siemens Building Technologies Division recently announced it has acquired Enlighted Inc., a Silicon Valley-based manufacturer of intelligent lighting systems. Both parties have agreed not to disclose financial details. Closing is expected in the third quarter of 2018. Enlighted will be managed as an independent legal entity and wholly-owned subsidiary of Siemens Industry, Inc.
Acuity Brands, Inc. recently released Atrius™ Solution Builder, an HTML5, browser-based Integrated Development Environment to help rapidly build visually-rich, interactive web-based graphical user interfaces, applications and dashboards. These user interfaces can be built for range of digital devices such as computers, mobile devices, tablets, touch screen displays, educational kiosks and digital signage.
Leviton has achieved recognition as the “Brand Used Most” in the lighting controls and switches category for BUILDER magazine’s 2018 Brand Use Study. In addition to receiving this acknowledgement 21 years in a row, Leviton has also placed first in the 2018 “Brand Familiarity” and “Brand Used in Past 2 Years” categories.
This month, we will explore an innovative installation of lighting controls at the General Motors Design Dome.
McWong International and Avi-on Labs, Inc., a developer of Bluetooth® lighting controls, announced the immediate commercial availability of the complete PacWave® wireless Smart Sensor Control product line on the Avi-on platform.