Toggled®, a wholly owned subsidiary of Altair focused on intelligent building management solutions, recently released survey results revealing that while many businesses are embracing smart building technology to increase energy efficiency and lower costs, they fall short of their goals due to an inability to master the data.
Leviton recently introduced an expansion of their integrated in-fixture control offering with Smart Fixture Mount Sensors (FMS) for high bay applications. These in-fixture controls are engineered to install directly into high-bay and low-bay luminaires to provide an integrated occupancy sensing, dimming, daylight harvesting and scheduling solution to meet the most stringent energy code requirements.
nLight recently announced that it was awarded a LEDs Magazine 2023 BrightStar Award for Product Innovation for their nLight® AIR Wireless EM Solution. This solution is designed for projects with external emergency power sources, such as generators or inverters, and delivers a lower cost of installation than traditional solutions by eliminating the dedicated wiring used to sense normal power.
LiteTrace, a leader in Bluetooth® Network Lighting Control (NLC) systems, recently announced that its Keilton® BH4 Series 4-pin LLLC Network Lighting Controls were recognized for performance, reliability, efficiency, ease of integration/use, and innovation with an LEDs Magazine BrightStar Award.
This educational video, produced by the Lighting Controls Association at the 2023 LEDucation event in New York City, introduces the building industry to McWong International’s new long-range outdoor wireless mesh controller.
Craig DiLouie, LC, CLCP recently had the opportunity to interview Zach Schroeck, Director, Product Management, Lutron Electronics Co., Inc. for an article about “things every electrical distributor should know about lighting controls.”
LiteTrace recently announced the release of five enhanced long-range antenna options designed to increase the Bluetooth signal range in their Keilton® NLC system. These components are ideal for outdoor applications, with longer distances between system nodes.
Available from nLight, part of Acuity Brands, the Adaptive Phase Control Dimmer (PCD) simplifies the process of designing, installing, and controlling decorative lighting.
Recently introduced by PLC Multipoint, this indoor sensor provides wireless transmission of daylight levels to a lighting control system per either Casambi or Silvair Bluetooth 5.0 protocol.
SENSORWORX recently unveiled the SWX-804 Series dimming wall station to provide an attractive and intuitive 0-10V dimming control add-on for a low-voltage sensor system.