The Lighting Controls Association is proud to announce the latest offerings in lighting controls from industry-leading manufacturers. Check them out!
The DesignLights Consortium recently announced the new membership of its Industry Advisory Committee (IAC), an 18-member body that will support the mission and strategic direction of the DLC to drive efficient lighting through education, collaboration, and expertise in 2021 and 2022.
GE Current, a Daintree company and Pointr recently announced a partnership to enable location-based services in large buildings such as retail premises, warehouses, workplaces, and distribution centers.
Watch this video for an introduction to how GE Current, a Daintree company is enabling intelligent industrial environments with an innovative combination of LED lighting, sensors and controls, energy management applications, and an open architecture that supports the implementation of the Internet of Things.
This educational video, produced by the Lighting Controls Association at the 2019 LIGHTFAIR event, introduces the building industry to GE Current’s LightGrid Outdoor Wireless Control System.
In April 2019, GE announced it had completed the sale of its Current, powered by GE business unit to American Industrial Partners (AIP), a New York-based private equity firm. (The consumer lighting business of GE Lighting was not included as part of the transaction.) Recently, AIP renamed the unit “GE Current, a Daintree Company.”
This educational video, produced by the Lighting Controls Association at the 2019 LIGHTFAIR event, introduces the building industry to Current by GE’s Daintree EZ Connect, a distributed room-based lighting controls solution.
With luminaires that easily join together for long continuous runs of uniform lights and flexible install variations, Current, powered by GE’s LAL Series 2nd Gen provides a unique customizable LED solution for retail and commercial spaces. This Daintree controls compatible product line includes Current’s patented TriGainTM color technology in recessed and suspended configurations.
GE recently announced it has completed the sale of its Current, powered by GE business unit to American Industrial Partners (AIP), a New York-based private equity firm focused on buying, improving and growing industrial businesses. Financial details were not disclosed.
Current, powered by GE’s RPL is the company’s first flat panel retrofit kit with integrated lighting control sensors.