Synapse Wireless, Inc., a member of the McWane family of companies, recently announced an online search tool for locating utility rebate incentives that are available when utilizing DLC 5.0 Networked Lighting Control solutions.
This short video describes Legrand’s motorized commercial shading system, well suited to hospitals, offices, and education facilities.
As part of its educational webinar series, the Illuminating Engineering Society invites the lighting community to attend a webinar on Thursday, April 28 at 12:00 PM ET. The webinar is free to IES members and is titled, “A New Sales Pitch.” The topic: finding and communicating the value of non-energy benefits for networked lighting controls.
The 2022 CEE Integrated Home Competition submissions deadline has been extended to April 22, 2022.
Siemens Smart Infrastructure has been ranked as a leading provider of IoT platforms for smart buildings by independent analyst firm Verdantix.
Leviton recently announced significant enhancements to its technical support capabilities with the introduction of the Salesforce Visual Remote Assistant. With this state-of-the-art software tool, builders, contractors and homeowners can connect with Leviton Technical Service Representatives via video directly from their mobile device.
The commercial market lighting rebate outlook for 2022 is even stronger than 2021, with relatively stable, substantial rebates promoting adoption of energy-efficient lighting and controls.
The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) recently published the 2022 Electrical Standards & Products Guide (ESPG), which is the electroindustry’s go-to resource for 1,000 standards and technical documents, product categories, and the manufacturers of those products. This year’s edition features 20 new documents published in 2021.
This month, we explore a lighting and controls installation at the Glover Cary Bridge in Owensboro, KY, which earned a 2021 Sapphire Design Excellence in Networked Lighting Control Award for Integration.
Craig DiLouie recently had the opportunity to interview Craig Casey, Building Science Leader at Lutron Electronics, about luminaire-level lighting controls (LLLC) for an upcoming article for tED Magazine, the official publication of the NAED. Transcript follows.