The Lighting & Homes for Tomorrow organizers invite you to take a deeper dive into the 2020 award-winning products. Join competition judges Terry McGowan, American Lighting Association (ALA); Bethany Sparn, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL); and Tim Mosley, BC Hydro as they explain what aspects of the nine winning products they found particularly valuable and innovative.
EiKO recently announced the Z10, a receptacle interface that enables a simple, fast method of adding controls to luminaires.
Universal Lighting Technologies, Inc., a member of the Panasonic Group, recently announced the launch of its LRAxC LED Strip Fixture Retrofit Kit with Bluetooth Controls. The product comes as a natural addition to the expanding luminaire control ecosystem options offered by Universal.
Designed to install in just minutes, the ZR-RK Series Retrofit Kit delivers DLC Premium efficiency with 135 LPW and 85+ CRI performance in a code compliant form factor that eliminates the need to open the plenum or remove the existing troffer. Now customers can retrofit more spaces in schools and healthcare with increased lumen packages and new intelligent control options including Cree® Lighting’s SmartCast Intelligence Platform™ and Lutron® Vive® or Lutron® EcoSystem® embedded controls.
Leviton rcently announced a new line of LED Illuminated Switches, designed to achieve optimal performance with all lamp types, including LEDs, CFLs, and incandescent. These switches also do not require a neutral wire for installation.
NightFox™ Photocontrols by Intermatic are designed, tested, and warrantied to match the long 8- to 15-year lifespan of LED luminaires, helping building owners stay worry-free with LED.
The latest in Wattstopper’s Digital Lighting Management (DLM) solution, the Plenum-rated Wireless Room Controller (LMRC-611MCC-A) is designed to meet Chicago plenum requirements. The LMRC is engineered to neatly fit within an approved junction box for Chicago or meet local codes where all high- and low-voltage wiring must be inside a rigid electrical conduit.
Leviton today announced that its LED Compatibility Selector Tool has been added as a feature to the popular Leviton2Go app. The tool is designed to provide customers with a fast and easy way to select the best dimmer and bulb combinations directly at the point of purchase in stores, at distribution centers or on jobsites by simply scanning the barcode of the dimmer or bulb.
The 2021 Lighting & Homes for Tomorrow (LHFT) competition recognized nine connected home products and platforms that deliver a compelling value proposition to both consumers and utilities.
SensorSwitch™, an Acuity Brands company, has announced improved functionality and aesthetics for its WSXA Series of wall switch occupancy/vacancy sensors. The WSXA Series now features a multi-way option (MWO) for connecting up to nine switches on a single traveler for occupancy/daylight and manual switch on/off/dimming control from any switch, best applied in spaces with multiple entryways such as conference rooms, long hallways, restrooms, and breakrooms.