Acuity Brands, Inc. has announced that its nLiGHT® Network Lighting Control System from Sensor Switch® recently received a 2011 Top Products Award for lighting controls from Building Operating Management Magazine. The Top Products Awards from Building Operation Management recognize the best products from manufacturers and suppliers from the past year as determined by building and […]
Leviton has been named among Building Operating Management magazine’s top products of the year for the company’s SectorFlex Intelligent Digital Lighting Control System. There were 560 products submitted and the winners were chosen by the building and facility management executives that subscribe to the magazine, ensuring 100 percent reader selection. The SectorFlex products will be […]
WattStopper’s innovative LMLS-400 and LMLS-500 digital photosensors were selected by Building Operating Management (BOM) readers as recipients of BOM’s 2012 Top Products Awards. The photosensors are part of WattStopper’s Digital Lighting Management (DLM) product line, and are specifically designed for easy integration with occupancy sensors and other lighting controls. DLM maximizes energy savings and return […]
Consulting-Specifying Engineer has recognized three innovative lighting products in the lighting controls category of its 2011 Product of the Year Awards. GOLD: The McGraw-Edison Ventus outdoor LED area luminaire from Cooper Lighting incorporate bilevel switching capability SILVER: The Digital Lighting Management (DLM) lighting control system from WattStopper BRONZE: The GreenMAX relay control panel from Leviton […]
Remote-mount dimming module with EcoSystem by Lutron Electronics: A remote-mount dimming retrofit module for personal control, occupancy and daylight strategies and wireless compatibility.
Lutron Electronics recently announced that its new Diva C•L dimmer has won the 2011 Consumer Electronics Association Gold Mark of Excellence award in the Green Product of the Year category. The Mark of Excellence Awards program, presented by CEA’s TechHome Division, recognizes the best in home electronics products, services and installed technology. Each year, manufacturers, distributors and systems integrators enter to compete in award categories for this coveted honor judged by independent experts within the industry.
WattStopper has announced that it has received a 2011 Building Operating Management Top Product Award for its innovative Digital Lighting Management (DLM) product line. An all-digital suite of plug-together lighting controls, DLM automatically configures to the most energy efficient sequence of operation based on installed components. The result is that DLM meets and exceeds energy code requirements, saves more energy than conventional controls, and provides an unprecedented return on investment for both new construction and retrofit projects.
Leviton Manufacturing Company’s GreenMAX™ Relay Control System and Sector™ Intelligent Ballast Controls have both been named by Building Operating Management Magazine among its top 100 products of the year. There were over 500 products submitted and the winners were chosen by the building and facility management executives that subscribe to the magazine, 100% reader selected. Both the GreenMAX and Sector products will be featured in the January 2011 issue of Building Operating Management (BOM) as a Top Products Award Winner.
WattStopper recently announced that it has received a 2011 Building Operating Management Top Product Award for its unique PW-103N multi-way wall switch occupancy sensor with LED nightlight. The sensor provides economical, code-compliant lighting control in a wide variety of applications. The factory default setting is for manual-on operation, to ensure that optimal energy efficiency is available. Lighting remains on as long as any one of the connected sensors detects occupancy. When the space is no longer occupied, lighting will automatically turn off following a time delay that begins when the last sensor ceases to detect occupancy. Lighting can be turned off manually from any of the sensors at any time. If automatic-on operation is preferred, sensors may be easily adjusted.