Light control manufacturer Lutron Electronics has announced the availability of an Apple iPad app for its RadioRA 2 total light control system. The app is designed to control lights, shades, temperature and appliances, adding a touch of convenience and the very real benefits of saving energy throughout the home.
Lutron Electronics Co., Inc. builds on its GRAFIK Eye QS Wireless system with the debut of the new GRAFIK Eye QS Wireless Design Tool.
The DHMI is a 7-inch diagonal, high resolution, wide-screen format, color LCD used for interfacing with the Delta Controls building Automation System. The Delta DHMI uses BACnet over Ethernet to communicate with controllers on a local area network. User created graphics allow the DHMI to be completely customized for a given application.
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Lutron Electronics Co., Inc. has launched the Quantum™ whole-building light and energy management solution. Designed for corporate offices, schools, universities, and more, the Quantum Solution manages the lighting energy consumption of an entire building or campus simply, effectively, and centrally. The breakthrough system gives building owners and facility managers total control of the lighting system, as well as the power to configure, monitor, analyze, and report on the lighting and energy data it collects.
Personal control of an office worker’s own personal lighting environment can now be achieved simply and easily using an ordinary personal computer with the introduction of LiteByte™ from Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.
Lightolier® Controls is proud to announce ControlsXpress™, the industry’s most advanced and complete architectural and residential lighting controls design software. As a free download, ControlsXpress™ allows you to produce a professional set of documents that are ready to export directly into a specification for any architectural or residential application. Whether you are designing an office building, restaurant, performing arts center, a new home, or a single room, ControlsXpress™ puts the design tools in your hands to specify Lightolier® Controls and Entertainment Technology product lines.
The University of Toronto’s new “electronic classroom” combines familiar audiovisual equipment, such as slide projectors and VCRs, with such sophisticated equipment as a multi-sync data/video projection system and multi-scene preset dimming controls. Instructors can now electronically enhance their lectures with an integrated user-friendly presentation system.
Lutron Electronics Co., Inc. has announced the launch of Designer 6.5, a software tool used by sales representatives, architects, engineers, lighting designers and other specifiers to aid in the computerized design of Lutron dimming and switching projects.