Hubbell Lighting has signed a 15,000-square-foot lease at Summit II at La Frontera to create the future home of its lighting controls Design Center of Excellence and training facility.
A new application from Hubbell Control Solutions, “controlHUBB,” can be used to configure all types of systems, be it wired or wireless, from a single app.
When it made the decision to relocate its Washington D.C. office, Michael Best LLC mapped out a laundry list of both critical and aspirational items it wanted to incorporate into the design of its new space. Being a firm that was growing its intellectual property book of business, it had first-hand knowledge of new and emerging technologies that could make the new space one of the most innovative, comfortable and appealing in the entire city. LED lighting controlled by color temperature tuning capabilities was at the top of the list.
When it made the decision to relocate its Washington D.C. office, Michael Best LLC mapped out a laundry list of both critical and aspirational items it wanted to incorporate into the design of its new space. LED lighting controlled by color temperature tuning capabilities was at the top of the list. What began as an item on the wish list is now one of the first commercial office environments where SpectraSync™ Color Tuning Technology from Hubbell Control Solutions is being used.
This educational video, produced by the Lighting Controls Association at the 2019 LIGHTFAIR event, introduces the building industry to NX Distributed Intelligence by Hubbell Lighting.
Hubbell Integrated Solutions recently announced a strategic partnership with Signify and Point Inside for the development and offering of an end-to-end Indoor Positioning Solution, called “Hubbell IPS.” Hubbell IPS provides customers with the ability to implement real-time location and analytics services for indoor venues, such as retail, hospitality, entertainment, healthcare, transportation and special event environments.
This educational video, produced by the Lighting Controls Association at the 2019 LIGHTFAIR event, introduces the building industry to Hubbell Lighting’s wiSCAPE wireless outdoor lighting system.
School Planning & Management, along with its sister publication, College Planning & Management, created the annual New Product of the Year award program “to honor the outstanding product development achievements of manufacturers and suppliers whose products or services are considered particularly noteworthy in helping to improve the learning environment.” Hubbell Lighting recently announced that three of its products were selected for inclusion on 2018’s prestigious list.
The LED revolution produced many luminaires with built-in switching and dimming. This facilitated a trend of using the same luminaires for both general and emergency lighting, powered by battery, backup generator, or UPS. This eliminates emergency units but creates a control challenge. The dual-function luminaires must be controllable for energy management and visual needs, while overriding these inputs to power to full brightness during a power failure.
Craig DiLouie, LC, CLCP recently interviewed Scott Ziegenfus, CEM, CLEP, CDSM, GGP, GPCP, LEED AP, Architect, Systems Manager, Government and Industry Relations at Hubbell Lighting, for an article for the January 2019 of ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR, the official publication of NECA. The topic: why and how lighting professionals should talk to IT departments.