The Lighting Controls Association is proud to announce the latest offerings in lighting controls from industry-leading manufacturers in this year’s annual product guide. Check them out!
LEDucation and LightFair are right around the corner, so be sure to register soon for these major industry events, both of which are occurring in New York City this year.
Craig DiLouie, LC, CLCP recently had the opportunity to interview Martin Mercier, Marketing Manager, IOT/Connected Systems, Cooper Lighting Solutions. The topic: how electrical distributors can position and sell networked lighting controls.
Luminaire-level lighting controls (LLLC), also called embedded controls, are lighting control systems in which sensors and controllers are installed within luminaires to enable autonomous, individual luminaire control. By making each luminaire a control point, control is highly flexible, responsive, and therefore generally more energy-saving. Serving as a preview for an upcoming Education Express course, this article describes LLLC technology, system types, advantages and disadvantages, studies characterizing energy savings and cost, and what’s familiar and distinctive in regards to design and installation.
Cooper Lighting Solutions’ WaveLinx Lite App is now available with an integrated demo mode allowing users to become familiar with the user experience before touching their first installation of the company’s WaveLinx system.
Cooper Lighting Solutions’ new WaveLinx Mobile App is a completely refreshed Android and iOS mobile application that enables users to perform setup, configuration, and maintenance of the company’s WaveLinx Wireless system.
The Lighting Controls Association is proud to announce the latest offerings in lighting controls from industry-leading manufacturers. Check them out!
In this blog post at Cooper Lighting Solution’s website, Soroush Amidi, Director, Product Management walks you through the cybersecurity standards affecting implementation of intelligent lighting controls and smart buildings.
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.
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.