Leviton Manufacturing Company introduces Vizia-RF™ the first dependable, scalable, affordable wireless lighting control system for residential applications. Easy to install, set up and operate, Leviton’s Vizia-RF™ Home Control system uses Zensys’ Z-Wave technology to overcome the performance issues and high cost of earlier generations of wireless home control systems. The Vizia-RF system includes digital switches and dimmers, along with a full-function scene controller, zone-controller, appliance and lamp modules and remote control. These devices can be installed as a single, stand-alone lighting control network or as part of a larger “intelligent” network of controls for HVAC, access control, intruder and fire detection, appliance control and other home systems.
Watt Stopper/Legrand introduces its new line of vacancy sensors, designed to save energy and comply with California’s Title 24 2005 energy code for all residential uses.
Leviton’s new miniZ Intelligent Daylight Management System combines occupancy sensing, daylight harvesting and flexible lighting control functionality in a single, compact, easy-to-install package. A self-contained, self-configuring daylight harvesting system that provides easy installation and simplified set up, miniZ meets a wide variety of commercial lighting needs, from basic switching to multi-zone daylight harvesting.
Lightolier® Controls, a Genlyte Company, has taken another step forward in the advancement of lighting controls with the introduction of the LYTEmode™ Wireless Control Unit. A compact, hand-held, portable control system, the LYTEmode™ Wireless Control Unit is now available for specification, sales support, and shipment through all Lightolier® and Lightolier® Controls Sales Representatives.
Lutron Electronics, Co., Inc. has announced three new lines of occupancy sensors that will be available this September for commercial lighting projects. The new sensors feature self-adjusting technology that helps to prevent false-on and false-off conditions, enhancing the accuracy and efficiency of occupancy-based lighting control.
Advance announces the expansion of its popular family of e-Vision® Electronic HID Ballasts to include a new 150-Watt Dimming Ballast for Metal Halide lamp applications.
Watt Stopper/Legrand’s new FS occupancy sensors bring occupancy-based lighting control to a wide range of lighting types. Specifically designed to integrate directly into lighting fixtures, FS sensors enable lighting and control in a single convenient package.
Lightolier® Controls, a Genlyte Company, has announced the LyteScene™ Touch Screen Master Station. LyteScene™ Touch Screen Master Stations are now available for specification and sales support through Lightolier® and Lightolier® Controls Sales Representatives, and will be available for shipment on June 15, 2005.
Lightolier Controls’ new PowerSpec HDF Fluorescent Dimming Ballast eliminates ballast size and capability issues that have previously limited designers’ fluorescent lighting options. The high-performance PowerSpec HDF ballasts give designers more flexibility, additional control options and the ability to use energy-efficient fluorescent lighting in situations that require varying light levels.
The newSivoia QED (quiet electronic drive) roller 64 shade system from Lutron Electronics won a New Product Showcase Award at the 16th annual Lightfair International, the industry’s premier North American event. The product secured the Best of Category Award in the Daylighting Integration Products Category, as voted by a panel of esteemed industry judges.