This educational video, produced by the Lighting Controls Association at the 2023 LEDucation event in New York City, introduces the building industry to Leviton’s Intellect™ Intelligent Integrated Fixture Controls.
The Lighting Controls Association now offers EE203: Lighting Controls and Energy Codes: 2021 IECC as a new course in its popular Education Express program.
Produced by the Velux Foundations in Denmark, the Daylight Award aims to raise a holistic understanding of the importance of daylight in research and in practice. Every second year, the award honors a researcher and an architect, and nominations for 2024 are now open.
Registration is now open for the DesignLights Consortium’s (DLC) two-day Controls Summit in September. Convening in Detroit, “Unlocking the Potential of Networked Lighting Controls” is an opportunity for utility executives, energy efficiency specialists, lighting controls manufacturers and installers, decarbonization advocates, and other industry professionals to collaborate on ways to break down market barriers and speed wider adoption of networked lighting controls (NLC).
LiteTrace, a global leader in Bluetooth® Network Lighting Control (NLC) systems, recently announced the appointment of David Weigand as Director of Product Management and Technical Services. In this role, Weigand will be responsible for leading the company’s product development strategy, providing project support, and ensuring that LiteTrace’s products meet the needs of its customers.
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Leviton’s Intellect™ Wireless Integrated Fixture Sensors and Controllers solve lighting control problems with no separate sensor layout needed. Save time and costs with integrated controls that install directly into a fixture.
As a qualified DLC NLC 5.0 system, c-Max enables collection of energy data at a luminaire level. Embedded with a micro-sd card, the NN-EDC device plugs into a USB-A outlet and collects data every 15 minutes.
Legrand’s DLM Wireless Slim Switches offer flexibility without sacrificing design.
The United States is currently enjoying a dramatic surge in construction in manufacturing infrastructure. This suggests fresh demand for lighting and controls and the expertise to properly apply them to industrial spaces.