Watt Stopper/Legrand introduces the latest addition to its award winning Miro product family, the House and Room Scene Interfaces. Scene Interfaces enable a wireless Miro lighting control network to interface with common residential electronic devices.
Watt Stopper/Legrand announces the addition of a native BACnet option to its lighting control panel product line, Lighting Integrator. The BACnet option enables native level integration of lighting control with a BACnet-based building automation system.
Watt Stopper/Legrand introduces its new line of vacancy sensors, designed to save energy and comply with California’s Title 24 2005 energy code for all residential uses.
Watt Stopper/Legrand’s new FS occupancy sensors bring occupancy-based lighting control to a wide range of lighting types. Specifically designed to integrate directly into lighting fixtures, FS sensors enable lighting and control in a single convenient package.
The Watt Stopper introduces Miro®, an innovative line of architectural wiring devices and wireless RF lighting control products. Miro redefines both the form and functionality of electrical controls for discerning homeowners. More than ever, today’s homeowners demand elegance throughout their homes, from luxury floor coverings underfoot to dramatic lighting fixtures overhead. Miro answers that demand, and adds a new dimension—fingertip lighting control that’s convenient and easy to use.
Watt Stopper/Legrand has unveiled its innovative, single-platform lighting control panel product, Lighting Integrator. With a modular architecture, Lighting Integrator supports a buildup of control capability built on a foundation of low voltage, relay-based control.
Watt Stopper/Legrand has unveiled a new family of occupancy sensors featuring 360° coverage, advanced detection technology, and a low-profile design.
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.