Leviton’s Intellect™ Wireless Integrated Fixture Sensors and Controllers solve lighting control problems with no separate sensor layout needed. Save time and costs with integrated controls that install directly into a fixture.
As a qualified DLC NLC 5.0 system, c-Max enables collection of energy data at a luminaire level. Embedded with a micro-sd card, the NN-EDC device plugs into a USB-A outlet and collects data every 15 minutes.
Legrand’s DLM Wireless Slim Switches offer flexibility without sacrificing design.
The United States is currently enjoying a dramatic surge in construction in manufacturing infrastructure. This suggests fresh demand for lighting and controls and the expertise to properly apply them to industrial spaces.
Craig DiLouie, LC, CLCP recently had the opportunity to interview Stephen Zhou, Executive Vice President, McWong International, about how lighting controls are becoming simpler. Transcript follows.
Acuity Brands, Inc. recently introduced Design Select™, a portfolio segmentation and service program that supports highly configured projects on tight deadlines, all produced and assembled in the company’s North American facilities. The program provides customers with a broad selection of the most popular and readily available lighting and controls products and options in Acuity’s portfolio that can be shipped in 15 days or less.
LiteTrace recently announced the launch of the industry’s first round Driver-on-Board (DoB) LED light engines with integrated Bluetooth®-mesh control. The 120VAC light engines are designed to be installed directly in the field as Bluetooth LED retrofits for various luminaires such as ceiling lights, flush mounts, and wall sconces.
Acuity Brands, Inc. recently announced the launch of its DC2DC architecture, a distributed low-voltage DC power and digital controls platform. The architecture eliminates the need to convert AC to DC power at the luminaire, resulting in efficiency gains and increased reliability of the lighting system, leading to reduced maintenance and operation costs.
Growing demand for plug-in electric vehicles is likely to coincide with the significant adoption of EV charging stations in commercial buildings. If true, the economics of lighting upgrades may change, putting all energy efficiency options on the table, including those previously limited by payback thresholds.
Toggled®, a wholly owned subsidiary of Altair focused on intelligent building management solutions, recently launched its new Toggled iQ Analytics web-based application. This next generation offering provides facility managers and building owners with the data insights needed to ensure maximum efficiency from their networked building controls systems, driving down costs and energy consumption.