Leviton’s new line of intelligent commercial grade occupancy sensors feature all-digital, microprocessor circuitry that continually analyzes real-time occupancy patterns in commercial buildings to continually adjust settings for maximum performance.
Lutron Electronics Co., Inc. has introduced a wall receptacle, listed for use with Lutron dimmers, that allows a table or floor lamp to be dimmed with a wall control without using a traditional lamp dimmer.
Setting and recalling a favorite light level has never been simpler, thanks to the new Maestro IR remote control dimmer from Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.
Lutron Electronics Co., Inc. introduces EcoSystem™ fluorescent lighting control products. EcoSystem devices employ revolutionary technology allowing each device to listen, think, decide and remember. EcoSystem fluorescent lighting control solutions create fluorescent lighting control systems with a simple building block architecture of EcoSystem fluorescent dimming ballasts, EcoSystem sensors, and EcoSystem controls, free from interfaces and power packs. EcoSystem fluorescent solutions redefine fluorescent lighting control as easy to design, easy to install, easy to maintain and cost effective.
HUNT Dimming, the Fort Collins, CO-based lighting controls manufacturer, has announced its Simplicity™ Series Digital Dimming Systems now have Demand Response capabilities, offering a variable load-shedding strategy for interior building lighting.
Commemorating a robust history and a tradition of service, innovation, and entrepreneurial spirit, Advance Transformer announces that the company will proudly celebrate its 60th Anniversary in 2005.
Automated lighting control—programmable dimming and on-off control—can transform a home as well as the homeowner’s lifestyle. With declining costs and complexity, these systems are no longer exclusively the province of luxury homes.
HUNT Dimming, the Fort Collins, CO-based lighting controls manufacturer, has unveiled an enhanced version of its popular Custom LCD Touchscreen series of controls which incorporates new daylighting features.
Indoor spaces with high ceilings, such as factories, warehouses, big box retail stores, gymnasiums and all-purpose rooms are often lighted by probe-start metal halide lighting systems. At higher ceiling heights, 350W and 400W units are common …
Advancements in lamp and ballast technology have resulted in two alternatives to this basic system that can significantly reduce energy consumption while providing other benefits. The first alternative is fluorescent T8 or T5HO hi-bay fixtures, which can replace probe-start metal halide fixtures in retrofit or new construction for energy savings up to about 50%. The second alternative is pulse-start metal halide lamp-ballast systems, which can provide up to 25% energy cost savings in existing applications and up to 30% in capital and operating costs in new construction.
A number of studies demonstrate that personal dimming can result in higher productivity—specifically in the metrics of vigilance, motivation and satisfaction—and also in energy savings. This dual impact can result in an improved bottom line and more satisfied employees and tenants. These advantages are resulting in a significant new trend towards adoption of personal dimming solutions among designers and building owners.
This white paper makes the case for personal control, in particular giving occupants the ability to control their own light levels through dimming.