Panasonic Lighting Americas, Inc., parent company of Universal Lighting Technologies and Douglas Lighting Controls, recently announced a strategic solution partnership with Pointr, a leader in deep location platforms. The new partnership enables an offering of end-to-end connected lighting solutions, paired with real-time location-based services, to address the convergence of physical spaces with the virtual world.
Douglas Lighting Controls®, a member of the Panasonic family of companies, recently announced its Dialog® eco-system has been approved by DesignLights® Consortium and in their Qualified Products List (QPL) under Network Lighting Controls (NLC). The Dialog listing covers all Douglas Dialog products, including Dialog Centralized and Distributed Systems, Bluetooth Network System, and CheckLight® Energy Management System.
The DesignLights Consortium (DLC) recently released a new version of its technical requirements for networked lighting controls, aiming to encourage wider market adoption of this energy-saving and smart building-enabling technology by focusing on issues it says are key to increasing customer confidence.
Different types of dimming curves may be incorporated in dimmers, software for lighting control systems, and output devices like LED drivers irrespective of the actual protocol used to communicate between them.
Let’s talk about dimming and dimming curves, and a variety of attributes that you should consider, inquire about, then specify what you actually want.
LSI Industries recently announced the launch of its new AirLink Blue wireless outdoor lighting control system.
The Lighting Controls Association (LCA) now offers EE305: Protocols as a new course in its popular Education Express program.
The Lighting Controls Association is pleased to welcome Toggled IQ as a new member.
RAB Lighting’s SmartShift® is an advanced yet easy to use circadian lighting system.
Synapse Wireless’s Sense 4-20 enables you to bring the power of the latest Internet of Things technology into older facilities and equipment. Lighting networks are typically limited to photocell or motion sensors, but the Sense 4-20 enables integration of other sensors, such as temperature, humidity, vibration, etc. into an existing SimplySNAP network, expanding energy management tools.