This month, we explore a robust lighting controls solution used to implement tunable-white and circadian lighting and achieve WELL certification at Alvine Engineering’s corporate headquarters.
Because of the new features provided by many lighting control systems, such as the ability to change colors, some drivers now available in the market are also “programmable.” What does this mean? And why would you want to use programmable drivers?
nLight®, an Acuity Brands company, recently introduced its new nLight® Autonomous Bridging Technology (ABT), which greatly increases the range and improves the responsiveness of wireless networked lighting controls across indoor and outdoor spaces and around obstructions.
Universal Lighting Technologies, Inc., a member of the Panasonic family of companies, recently announced a strategic partnership with Illumination Technology Group (ITG). Based in Naperville, Illinois, the agency will support Universal’s distributor network of LED lighting solutions across the Northern Illinois region.
McWong International, a leading innovator in Bluetooth® mesh technology, collaborated with LEDRAbrands and Casambi to create a unique, responsive commercial lighting environment for LEDRAbrands’ new corporate headquarters in Irvine, California. The project, detailed in the partners’ new white paper, focused on several objectives.
Industry journalist Craig DiLouie, LC, CLCP recently interviewed Matt Ochs, Senior Marketing Director, Lutron Electronics for an article for ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR. The topic: the role lighting controls can play in risk mitigation during the pandemic. Here’s the transcript.
This month, we explore a dynamic lighting and controls installation at Arup’s offices in Los Angeles.
This educational video, produced by the Lighting Controls Association, introduces the building industry to McWong International’s TruBlu commissioning tool for SIG-qualified Bluetooth mesh lighting control networks.
Intermatic recently released a video describing its safety measures during the pandemic, resulting in the company back to operating at 100% capacity.
Eaton recently announced the latest series of intelligent power innovations for home builders, residential contractors and homeowners to simplify installation and adoption of home automation solutions. Eaton’s new portfolio of Wi-Fi smart devices, including dimmers, switches and receptacles, can seamlessly connect to Amazon Alexa upon setup without the need for a third-party hub.