Schneider Electric has announced the availability of three new emergency lighting control solutions: the UL924 Emergency Lighting Control Relay, the UL924 Emergency Lighting Control Relay with Panel Mount, and the UL924 Emergency Lighting Dimmer Control. These emergency control devices enable building owners, managers, contractors and builders to implement the necessary emergency lighting in their facilities […]
PLC Multipoint has introduced Nebula, an energy-saving dimming solution for classrooms. Key to this solution is the use of Satellites, which enable control scenarios to be replicated easily throughout multiple classrooms. Utilizing Panasonic’s Full-2Way bus architecture, the Satellites are connected via 2 polarity-neutral wires. This makes the installation very simple, while also providing network control […]
Lutron Electronics recently unveiled Quantum Select packages to provide simple, cost-effective, scalable options for adding select capabilities typically found in larger centralized lighting and energy management systems to smaller, more specialized applications. Lutron Quantum Total Light Management system maximizes the efficient use of light to improve comfort and productivity, simplify operations and save energy. This […]
This short video, produced by the Lighting Controls Association at the 2011 LIGHTFAIR event, introduces the building industry to Universal Lighting Technologies’ Demand Control Lighting (DCL) solution. DCL is designed to save time and money on installation, significantly lower energy consumption, and reduce payback periods. DEMANDflex ballasts are high-efficiency program-start ballasts with the flexibility to […]
This short video, produced by the Lighting Controls Association at the 2011 LIGHTFAIR event, introduces the building industry to Panasonic’s Full-2Way lighting control system, currently being used in thousands of installations throughout North America in commercial/industrial buildings, public schools and universities, hotels, hospitals/healthcare, transportation and more. The Full-2Way bus is a low-voltage, two-wire, topology free […]
Leviton recently announced its GreenMAX Relay Control Panels were chosen by Consulting-Specifying Engineer (CSE) magazine as the Best Product of the Year for lighting control products.
The GreenMAX family of relay control panels affords an industry-leading short circuit current rating (SCCR) of 25,000 Amps (at 277 VAC) for maximum service life, robust latching modules for incandescent and fluorescent loads, integrated dimming and switching capabilities along with daylighting – all in one energy-smart, cost-effective lighting management solution.
DCL Control Systems are now even easier to use, thanks to the new WTDCL Time Controller from Universal Lighting Technologies. With this user-friendly device, all programming, including basic configuration of the DCL system, is achieved by front-panel keystrokes. No computer or special commissioning tools are required.
By communicating with DEMANDflex high-efficiency ballasts over existing power lines, DCL eliminates the need for expensive re-wiring in existing buildings, and it lowers the time and expense of new construction. And now, the WTDCL Time Controller adds a new dimension of flexibility and simplicity in programming.
Leviton’s SECTOR™ Intelligent Ballast and Lighting Control System combines several energy-saving technologies–occupancy sensing, daylight harvesting and dimming–into one conveniently integrated system. This topology free system uses the same wiring type for all SECTOR™ components and accessories making it one of the easiest lighting control systems to install. To further simplify installation, all components are on a single bus, with accessories connected to the network, not the ballast. The SECTOR™ family of products provides a scalable solution that offers maximum flexibility and maximum coverage in any application–from a single room to a campus of buildings.
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.