Leviton’s industry-leading OPB15 Power Base Adaptor conveniently converts any Leviton low-voltage ceiling-mount occupancy sensor into a self-contained line-voltage unit with a 15 Amp, 120/277V load capacity. The Power Base is ideally suited to occupancy sensor installations in existing facilities where hard concrete or wooden ceilings limit access to wiring and in new construction where only line-voltage circuitry is available. By adapting low-voltage ceiling-mount occupancy sensors so that they are capable of operating on line-voltage electrical systems, the device enables lighting energy conservation in application environments where installation is complex, costly and time-consuming.
Square D® Clipsal® DLT keypads, with industry-first Dynamic Labeling Technology, provide convenient energy code compliant control. Individual buttons can be programmed to switch lights on/off, dim lights, or control an entire scene. The high resolution display provides users with an intuitive interface so there is never any second guessing about what button controls what lights.
The Square D® Clipsal® Monochrome Touch Screen from Schneider Electric is designed to provide versatile lighting control via a simple, compact user interface for commercial applications like office buildings or retail outlets. In addition to being easy to install, customize and use, the Monochrome Touch Screen offers numerous configurations, making it an attractive alternative to multiple single-operation switches, on/off toggles, dimmers and timers that can clutter walls.
Leviton’s new Decora® Wall Switch Sensors, available in occupancy sensing (Cat. No. OSSNL) and vacancy sensing (Cat. No. OSS10) models, incorporate a convenient LED nightlight in a single attractive, compact device. The LED nightlight uses a photocell to automatically illuminate a room or area based on the ambient light level present. This provides a reassuring nightlight in a darkened room or area.
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 Square D® Clipsal® two-channel Digital Addressable Lighting Interface (DALI) Gateway increases convenience and energy savings for commercial building owners and management by facilitating the ability to control DALI ballasts via a building’s lighting control network. DALI ballasts provide an effective alternative to other means of dimming fluorescent lighting due to its ability to provide individual control, maintain uniform lighting levels and dim lighting levels to as low as 1 percent.
The Square D®/Clipsal® Monochrome Touch Screen from Schneider Electric is designed for versatility in upscale residences. In addition to being easy to install, customize and use, the Monochrome Touch Screen has numerous configurations available, making it an attractive alternative to multiple single-operation switches, on/off toggles, dimmers and timers, which can clutter walls.
Now available from Lightolier® Controls, the IntelliSight™ Occupancy Sensor is the world’s first truly intelligent occupancy sensor. By incorporating multiple innovative technologies to meet the needs and exceed many specifications, this groundbreaking occupancy sensor no longer relies upon simple motion detection, but instead offers true occupancy sensing.
Lightolier® Controls has announced the Optio™, the industry’s most advanced and completely silent architectural lighting control panel that may be used in any application. Optio™ is currently available in 3 base models, the Optio™ 3120 providing up to 12 circuits, the Optio™ 6120 providing up to 24 circuits, and the Optio™ 9120 providing up to 36 circuits. You’ve never seen or heard anything like Optio™ before, it truly is a whole new breed.
Leviton introduces its 3000 Series DMX lighting control consoles, available in two ergonomic models—with either four or eight control channels. The 3000 Series lighting consoles present an economical choice in instances where only basic features such as channel control and scene memory are required.