Two of the best investments building owners and corporate tenants can make to improve employee well-being and energy efficiency are automated shading systems and modern LED lighting with advanced wireless controls, says Controlling Comfort and Energy in Offices, a new publication by the New Buildings Institute.
Cooper Lighting Solutions, a business unit of Signify, recently announced the addition of a new 1200W Low-Voltage Power Module to its WaveLinx Wireless system. With the introduction of the module, WaveLinx now features a hybrid solution that combines the benefits of both wireless connected lighting technology with a class 2 low-voltage microgrid.
This month, we explore a dynamic lighting controls installation at The Oculus, an immersive arrival experience at the new Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. Lighting design by Focus Lighting. Lighting controls by ETC. Photography by Ryan Fischer.
Leviton recently announced a new partnership with the electrical training ALLIANCE (etA), the nation’s largest electrical training organization. The five-year agreement will bring funding, training kits, instruction, and technical expertise through traditional and digital training curriculum platforms.
The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) recently reported its Electroindustry Business Confidence Index (EBCI) dipped 24 points from a high-water mark in April to 65.4 in May 2021, a significant decline but still solidly in expansionary territory.
Trade Ally Network NW, sponsored by Bonneville Power Administration and its Northwest utilities, recently published a 15-minute online course about luminaire-level lighting controls (LLLC), focusing on retrofit opportunities.
In an article recently published by NEMA, Martin Mercier, Strategic Marketing Manager, Cooper Lighting Solutions talks about the ways in which lighting can contribute to the smart city. Lighting provides infrastructure for data collection, he notes. Standardization and an open ecosystem for partnerships will be key to realizing this opportunity.
The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) has published NEMA CPSP 1-2021 Supply Chain Best Practices. This document identifies a recommended set of supply chain best practices and guidelines that electrical equipment and medical imaging manufacturers can implement during product development to minimize the possibility that bugs, malware, viruses, or other exploits can be used to impact product operation negatively.
In a recent article published by EC&M Magazine, Evergreen Consulting Group’s Tony Adams talks about the evolution of lighting control toward dimming, color tuning, discrete zoning, and application of multiple control strategies in the same space, focusing on luminaire-level lighting controls.
The Lighting Controls Association’s Education Express is the lighting industry’s leading online platform for free, instant, 24/7 education about lighting controls. The LCA is pleased to announce that a majority of courses now feature downloadable one-page summary sheets students can download, print, and use as a quick reference.