Hubbell Building Automation has introduced the new IFC In-Fixture Controller. The IFC device offers stand-alone lighting control with unified motion and daylight sensing. The unified sensor head includes a PIR (passive infrared) occupancy sensor and daylight sensor. The controller also includes a built-in standard time clock. The complete unit provides on/off and 0-10V dimming control–in […]
Eaton’s Metalux Encounter™ and SkyRidge™ LED luminaire families are now available with an optional integrated sensor control system, optimized to meet energy codes for occupancy sensing and daylight harvesting. The system is one of the most cost-effective solutions, saving installation time and money in enclosed smaller ambient spaces. Designed to meet today’s energy code demands, […]
This short video, produced by the Lighting Controls Association at the 2014 LIGHTFAIR event, introduces the building industry to PLC’s IRISLIDE daylight harvesting sensor, which can control 0-10V dimming drivers with no additional control wiring.
Hubbell Building Automation (HBA) has enhanced its popular wall switch vacancy and occupancy sensor family with the introduction of the LightHAWK2™. From conference rooms, offices, and hallways to storage areas, restrooms, and hotel guest rooms, the LightHAWK2™ sensors provide building operators superior control and energy-savings. Nowadays, ever-evolving energy code requirements and the increasing demand for […]
Philips’ duaLED provides high efficiency, clean aesthetics and excellent visual comfort in a general lighting luminaire. Optional SpaceWise automated wireless technology provides integrated occupancy and daylight harvesting for additional control and energy savings with no reduction of life. Click here to learn more.
This video introduces the building industry to GE’s Aware line of occupancy and photosensors.
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.
This video provides an overview of the SLSLL010 ceiling-mounted daylight sensor by Schneider Electric.
WattStopper recently announced the new LMLS-600 dual loop photosensor that provides superior automatic daylighting control for applications with skylights. Developed in cooperation with the California Lighting Technology Center (CLTC), Wal-Mart and three California utilities, the device includes two photosensors – an open loop sensor to detect daylight contribution, and a closed loop sensor to read […]