The University of California, Davis and PLC Multipoint have signed a licensing agreement to commercialize the California Lighting Technology Center’s electric lighting control technologies for daylight harvesting. The company plans to utilize the technology to support the development of a new generation of lighting control sensors.
This short video, produced by the Lighting Controls Association at the 2016 LIGHTFAIR event, introduces the building industry to PLC Multipoint Tandem lighting control system. Click here to learn more.
The Lighting Controls Association is proud to offer an advance look at a selection of new products that will be displayed by members at LIGHTFAIR International April 26-28 in San Diego. While some can be seen here, many more await at member booths, so be sure to visit! ACUITY BRANDS WSX D 0 – 10V […]
PLC Multipoint’s line of CES voltage-based sensors provide reliable sensing for daylight harvesting applications. Providing an analog light level input into lighting control and building automation systems, these 3-wire, Class 2 sensors are UL 916-listed and California Title 24-compliant. With four styles, PLC Multipoint optimizes performance by designing housings and lenses to meet the specific […]
PLC Multipoint has introduced the LCM5, an enhancement to the company’s C-Series line of contactor-based lighting control products, which are well suited for large spaces and outdoor lighting. After the company was approached by a large operator of gas stations with a need for a simple controller that would be the same in every location, […]
PLC Multipoint has added an Estimator to its team–Gabriel Ledezma, who brings a strong background in electrical engineering and estimating to the position. Ledezma can be contacted at Quotes [at] PLCMultipoint [dot] com.
PLC-Transportation has finished its largest project to date; Washington State Route 520’s new tunnel and roadway lighting control system was recently completed. Three tunnels’ lights on the east side of Seattle’s Lake Washington and two miles of interconnecting roadway lighting are controlled using the ELMS system. ELMS is the Electrical Lighting and Management System, NTCIP […]
The Lighting Controls Association is proud to offer a sneak peak at a selection of new products that will be displayed by members at LIGHTFAIR International May 5-7 in New York City. While some can be seen here, many more await at member booths, so be sure to visit! CREE, INC. Cree, Inc. recently introduced […]
This short video, produced by the Lighting Controls Association at the 2014 LIGHTFAIR event, introduces the building industry to PLC’s IRISLIDE daylight harvesting sensor, which can control 0-10V dimming drivers with no additional control wiring.
This article, authored by Craig DiLouie, LC, was published in the November 2014 issue of tED Magazine. Reprinted with permission. Lighting controls are devices and systems that turn lighting ON/OF or raise/lower output according to need. Over the past 10 years, these functions have become increasingly automated to save energy in commercial buildings, with demand […]