Advance introduces its exclusive new Ballast Checker, an easy-to-use hand-held device that quickly identifies a ballast’s technology type for use in confirming ballast status and pinpointing lighting upgrade opportunities.
How do you upgrade the 14-year-old dimming system of a 33,000 sq. foot ballroom that utilizes low voltage wiring? Simple: a retrofit installation utilizing the LYTEmode™ Architectural Lighting Control System.
At the Philadelphia Marriott, in Philadelphia, PA, this was the task at hand that was given to Larry Fine, Senior Architectural Representative for Lightolier®.
Lightolier® Controls, a Genlyte Company, has taken another step forward in the advancement of lighting controls with the introduction of the LYTEmode™ Wireless Control Unit. A compact, hand-held, portable control system, the LYTEmode™ Wireless Control Unit is now available for specification, sales support, and shipment through all Lightolier® and Lightolier® Controls Sales Representatives.
Advance announces the expansion of its popular family of e-Vision® Electronic HID Ballasts to include a new 150-Watt Dimming Ballast for Metal Halide lamp applications.
Lightolier® Controls, a Genlyte Company, has announced the LyteScene™ Touch Screen Master Station. LyteScene™ Touch Screen Master Stations are now available for specification and sales support through Lightolier® and Lightolier® Controls Sales Representatives, and will be available for shipment on June 15, 2005.
Lightolier Controls’ new PowerSpec HDF Fluorescent Dimming Ballast eliminates ballast size and capability issues that have previously limited designers’ fluorescent lighting options. The high-performance PowerSpec HDF ballasts give designers more flexibility, additional control options and the ability to use energy-efficient fluorescent lighting in situations that require varying light levels.
Commemorating a robust history and a tradition of service, innovation, and entrepreneurial spirit, Advance Transformer announces that the company will proudly celebrate its 60th Anniversary in 2005.
Automated lighting control—programmable dimming and on-off control—can transform a home as well as the homeowner’s lifestyle. With declining costs and complexity, these systems are no longer exclusively the province of luxury homes.