WattStopper has launched a line of optional-neutral occupancy sensors that let installers decide whether or not they need a neutral after they purchase a wall switch product. Because the sensors work for two-wire or three-wire applications, one device is compatible with 2011 NEC requirements and with existing wiring. Unlike competitive products, they require no special […]
This video, produced by WattStopper, introduces the company’s Digital Lighting Management (DLM) solution. DLM is an intelligent, distributed control system that automatically maximizes lighting energy efficiency.
This short video, produced by the Lighting Controls Association at the 2013 LIGHTFAIR event, introduces the building industry to WattStopper’s LMLS-600 dual-loop switching and dimming photosensor.
WattStopper has introduced a new line of wireless occupancy sensors. These radio frequency (RF) products make it easy and cost effective to install code-compliant controls in existing buildings, or wherever wired occupancy sensors aren’t the best fit. The product line includes dual relay controls not available from other manufacturers, as well as time-saving functionality. The […]
WattStopper and Durell Control Systems have published a new white paper examining best practices for control systems integration in high performance buildings. The paper uses case studies to explore how project partners can successfully collaborate with design and construction teams, focusing on two recently completed high performance buildings in London, Ontario, Canada. Building owners can […]
WattStopper has announced a new family of lighting control panels developed to support design professionals engineering net zero buildings. The panels allow designers to easily layer multiple control strategies and integrate seamlessly with other building systems to meet the newest energy code requirements and optimize energy management. To ensure reliability and longevity, these newly-designed panels […]
WattStopper’s systems development team was recently awarded a United States Patent for the simplicity and flexibility at the heart of the company’s flagship Digital Lighting Management (DLM) lighting control system. The patent covers the technology behind the time-saving free topology wiring and automatic configuration, known as Plug n’ Go™. To earn the patent, the team […]
WattStopper has published a new edition of its popular Product Selection Guide (PSG), a comprehensive catalog of energy-efficient lighting controls and services that help enable a net zero future. The PSG is available in print and as an eBook, and for the first time the content is also available as a mobile app. Lighting and […]
Guest post by Charles Knuffke, WattStopper Lighting professionals in California are watching the approaching New Year with some apprehension, for 2014 brings with it a completely revamped and far more aggressive energy code. While California’s Title 24 Energy Code has had a reputation for being a leadership code in the past, the 2013 revision more […]
WattStopper recently announced a new family of lighting control panels developed to support design professionals engineering net zero buildings. The panels allow designers to easily layer multiple control strategies and integrate seamlessly with other building systems to meet the newest energy code requirements and optimize energy management. To ensure reliability and longevity, these newly-designed panels […]