Rebates remain a strong incentive for investing in energy-efficient lighting and controls. In 2021, significant opportunities are widely available for LED lighting and controls, including continuing availability of rebates for networked controls.
Lutron Electronics’ Vive PowPak Phase Select modules offer a remote mountable dimming option that can easily adapt to the various phase dimming needs of a project.
EiKO recently announced the company has partnered with KSA Lighting and Controls, a full-service rep agency covering the Northern Illinois and Indiana markets.
This month, we explore a circadian-friendly lighting controls design at an observation unit in a healthcare facility.
The Lighting Controls Association (LCA) has updated EE201: Daylight-Responsive Lighting Control, a popular course in its free, 24/7 Education Express program.
nLight®, an Acuity Brands company, recently published a new whitepaper describing its new nLight Autonomous Bridging Technology (ABT), which increases the range and improves the responsiveness of wireless networked lighting controls across indoor and outdoor spaces and around obstructions.
The Lighting Controls Association is sponsoring a series of design awards produced by the Strategies in Light conference and LEDs Magazine, which has expanded its popular SAPPHIRE Awards focusing on LED products to now include design projects. This includes the Design Excellence in Tunable-White Lighting, Design Excellence in Networked Lighting Control, and Design Excellence in […]
Learn from experts at McKinstry, Evergreen Consulting Group and the University of Washington’s Center for Integrated Design as they discuss the latest innovations and use cases for luminaire-level lighting controls and what they mean for the future of commercial lighting.
The Illuminating Engineering Society is seeking lighting professionals to participate in the 2021 IES Illumination Awards as judges for projects potentially receiving Merit Awards, including for the Lighting Control Innovation Award sponsored by the Lighting Controls Association.
Leviton’s new line of Decora® Motion Sensors are designed to provide users optimal management of lighting and motor loads with enhanced detection functionality for accurate switching. The new occupancy and vacancy sensors offer flexible single pole or 3-way installation options, wiring with or without a neutral conductor, and a slim profile with the shallowest depth on the market today for easy installation in new construction and retrofit applications.