Al Uszynski of inside.Lighting recently interviewed Wattstopper’s Charles Knuffke and Digital Lumens’ Gary Meshberg–the Chair and Vice Chair of the Lighting Controls Association–to learn more about the significant value that the organization provides to lighting people.
SnapCount and EiKO have furthered their partnership with the addition of EiKO’s Z10 enabled lighting products in the SnapSource™ Product Hub, empowering hundreds of lighting retrofit contractors and ESCOs to instantly access and specify EiKO products.
Synapse Wireless, Inc., a member of the McWane family, recently expanded its SimplySnap holistic energy management platform with Energy Insights. Energy Insights is a component in the popular SimplySnap platform frequently used in the industrial and manufacturing market segments.
This month, we explore a large-scale application of Bluetooth Mesh lighting control at a Class A office building in Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota, which earned a Design Excellence in Networked Lighting Control Award for LLLC, sponsored by the Lighting Controls Association.
Just because 0-10V dimmed luminaires are generally lower cost than digitally dimmed luminaires, it should not be assumed there will be a lower price tag on the overall project, writes C. Webster Marsh.
Leviton has announced it has expanded its partnership with HomeSphere, an exclusive digital marketplace connecting residential homebuilders and building product manufacturers.
The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Integrated Lighting Campaign (ILC) recently interviewed C. Webster Marsh of Penumbra Controls, a lighting controls specialist and frequent contributor to the Lighting Controls Association site.
Skyview Capital, a global private investment firm, recently announced that it has acquired the Digital Lumens and Encelium businesses from Osram Licht AG. Terms were not disclosed.
In a recent LD+A energy column, Willard L. Warren, PE, LC points out that various glare metrics have come and gone, with CIE’s Unified Glare Rating (UGR) on the way. The IES Handbook, however, calls such predictors useful for groups but not for individuals. He poses the question: Is it more practical to simply provide dimmable task/ambient lighting system that’s individually controllable?
Leviton recently announced the launch of its new Contractor Connect Podcast Series which discusses pertinent topics, products and news within the electrical contracting industry, along with new Leviton programs and more. The highlight of each podcast is a live, candid interview with industry experts discussing timely topics while offering insight and professional opinions.