Lightronics’ new SR Series features inexpensive wall stations at every entryway. The SR-516 features: In-Line DMX Scene Processor, Remote Wall Station Control and 16 Scenes w/ Fade Times to 99 Minutes.
Sensor Switch has added a WallPod Scene Controller to its revolutionary nLight Control System. The Scene Controller is a single gang, low voltage device that provides a convenient method of selecting one of four custom lighting control scenes for a room. Unlike most scene controllers that adjust only on/off and dim settings, the scenes run by the nLight WallPod Scene Controller can contain any of a multitude of settings available for the nLight devices within its zone.
Lighting control manufacturer Lutron Electronics, known for its expansive line of award-winning lighting and shade control products, announced today a wireless light and shade control solution for single-room applications.
Lighting control manufacturer Lutron Electronics has announced that its HomeWorks® whole-home lighting control system can now be accessed and controlled via Apple iPhone and iPod Touch devices.
While planning the Palms of Perdido condominium project on beautiful Perdido Key, Florida, developers and resident owners Dick and Teresa Domurat spent several years researching amenities, including lighting controls. They selected Miro wireless RF controls and occupancy sensors from Watt Stopper/Legrand based on ease of installation, simplicity of system expansion and product performance and styling.
HUNT Dimming, the Fort Collins, CO-based lighting control manufacturer and technology development company, has announced the introduction of its Simplicity® LED Controller for use with selected state-of-the-art LED drivers and lamps.
Lutron Electronics has announced that its HomeWorks® whole-home lighting control system was one of only eight products inducted into the Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association (CEDIA) Product Hall of Fame.
Leviton expands its architectural lighting control systems offering with the new Dimensions® D4000 line of multi-zone dimming models. The line includes networked-controlled, remote-controlled and self-contained dimmers. To comply with energy code requirements, the Dimensions D4000 line can be integrated with a wide range of occupancy sensors and daylighting systems.
Philips Lighting Electronics North America (N.A.) has announced the introduction of its revolutionary new Philips branded ActiLume™ Lighting Control System, an easy-to-use-and-install offering designed to deliver maximum visual comfort as well as energy savings of up to 65% to the commercial sector. Comprised of a Philips controller, state-of-the-art multi-sensor, remote control, and Philips Advance branded ballasts, the high-performing system fully promotes sustainable lighting design while enabling commercial users to enjoy all of the benefits of lighting control without the hassle of complicated commissioning.
When interior designer Katy Mellon, Allied Member ASID, undertook designing the complete remodel of a 1968 tract home in San Diego, California, she embarked on an eye-opening learning experience. The prime goal was to create a safe, efficient, attractive and accessible home for her son, Nathaniel Ladendorf. Ladendorf is disabled from a spinal cord injury and needs wheelchair access to all areas of his residence. Mellon also had to meet California Title 24 requirements, but did not want to compromise her design scheme in order to do so.
Lighting controls, including Watt Stopper/Legrand’s Miro controls and residential occupancy and vacancy sensors, played an important role in the successful completion of the project. Ladendorf moved into his home in December 2007 and Mellon says, “Every time I see Nathaniel come into his house and touch just one switch to light up his safe haven, I experience great peace of mind.”