Universal Lighting Technologies, Inc., a a member of the Panasonic Group, recently introduced its PA Series of LED drivers. Designed for the smart fixture, PA drivers eliminate the need for a separate power supply for sensors by providing 12 Volts DC (12Vdc) or 24Vdc auxiliary output power.
The GDS by ETC ArcLamp LED retrofit lamp now has an ArcLamp Fade to Warm option, imitating the performance of incandescent lamps.
Acuity Brands, Inc. recently announced that Gozio Health, a healthcare technology company specializing in mobile wayfinding, has joined the Atrius™ Internet of Things (IoT) partner ecosystem. Gozio Health will be expanding its mobile platform to include Atrius™ indoor positioning solutions (IPS), leveraging the Atrius™ Navigator Software Development Kit (SDK).
Lutron Electronics recently announced the launch of a 0.1% architectural downlight driver with EcoSystem digital control, an expansion of its Hi-Lume Premier line. This new driver provides smooth, continuous dimming down to 0.1% of full output power, and transitions gracefully between off and on, with Soft-on, Fade-to-Black.
Legrand, North & Central America recently announced that the Wattstopper Digital Lighting Management (DLM®) System is now qualified as an Interior system in the DesignLights Consortium (DLC) Qualified Product List (QPL), an important distinction as DLC certification is a requirement for many utility rebate programs.
This month’s covered Lighting Control Innovation Award-winning project, part of the 2017 IES Illumination Awards, presents an innovative installation of lighting controls at The Speakeasy, an immersive theater installation on Broderick Street in San Francisco.
This video by Audacy Wireless Lighting Control introduces the company’s advanced wireless control solution.
McWong International is partnering with Silvair, a leader in Bluetooth mesh networking technology, to infuse the PacWave Smart Sensor Control Platform with robust wireless connectivity.
With the release of ETC’s Unison Paradigm® system’s latest software, Paradigm 4.0, the system incorporates: energy monitoring options, including Demand Response; improved support for tunable white and color changing fixtures; extended support for Paradigm Inspire stations, including faders; and many software optimizations to make programming and customizing the system simpler.
OSRAM recently announced the launch of its OPTOTRONIC® intelligent programmable compact LED drivers designed to further enable penetration into the growing connected lighting market.