Watt Stopper/Legrand’s new modular high bay sensors offer a complete array of lenses and power/control modules for energy-saving occupancy-based switching of industrial fluorescent lighting fixtures. High bay sensors are designed for use in warehouses, manufacturing facilities and other high-ceiling applications.
Consolidated Edison hosted the unveiling of the latest in demand response technology, with over 25 attendees from energy service companies (ESCOs) gathering for the demonstration and discussion at the New York facility. The event included presentations by representatives from OSRAM SYLVANIA and the Lighting Research Center, followed by a live demo of the load shed ballast system.
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.
Watt Stopper/Legrand’s revolutionary Miro lighting control products are now available in a decorator style.
Watt Stopper/Legrand has created the first family of vacancy and occupancy sensors designed for the home. The new Watt Stopper sensors give homeowners a simple way to save energy by automatically turning lights off in empty rooms, thus making ordinary home lighting more green and eco-friendly.
Watt Stopper/Legrand’s new 2000 Watt Dimmer offers high capacity dimming for homes using Miro Wireless lighting control systems.
Watt Stopper/Legrand announces the ELCU-100 Emergency Lighting Control Unit, bringing energy savings to emergency lighting. Emergency lighting typically burns 24/7, and with recent changes to state and local building codes in major metropolitan areas, specifiers are having to devote more watts per square foot to emergency lighting than ever before.
This new product allows building owners and operators to leverage the energy saving benefits of control devices such as occupancy sensors and time scheduled systems by having these devices control emergency lighting in tandem with non-emergency lighting. They can also be assured of enhanced response from the emergency lighting, because the ELCU-100 provides control at the branch circuit level and it will force emergency lighting on even if normal power is interrupted in only part of the building.
Leviton has expanded its miniZ Intelligent Daylight Management System offering to include a new Dual Room miniZ™. The Dual Room miniZ combines occupancy sensing, daylight harvesting and flexible lighting control functionality in a single, compact package that provides control functionality for two individual rooms.
While today’s occupancy sensors offer robust features, proven utility and reliability, they remain application-sensitive devices, which requires a properly educated designer and installer for the controls to be effective. The right occupancy sensor must be selected, it must be properly located and installed, and it must be field-calibrated.
In this article, we will examine the seven steps of the effective application of occupancy sensors.
The Lighting Controls Association (LCA) has announced the availability of EE201: Daylight Harvesting Control, a new course added to its popular Education Express program. Residing at the Association’s website www.aboutlightingcontrols.org, Education Express provides in-depth education about lighting controls and controllable ballast technology, application, system design and commissioning.