The DesignLights Consortium (DLC) recently announced two additions to its Networked Lighting Controls (NLC) Technical Requirements, Version 5. These additions became effective December 22, 2021.
Toggled, a wholly owned subsidiary of Altair focused on smart building management solutions and lighting technology, recently announced the roll-out of its comprehensive connected building data and device management solution, Toggled iQ. Leveraging the Internet of things (IoT), Toggled iQ helps businesses optimize their building environments by streamlining operations, improving energy efficiency, saving money, and reducing their carbon footprint, through the connection of smart connected lighting with wireless sensors, controls, and intuitive analytics.
Intermatic’s ARISTA™ Advanced Lighting Control System offers a flexible solution that’s relatively simple to install and promotes ready code compliance in a range of commercial applications.
Synapse Wireless, Inc., a member of the McWane family, recently expanded its SimplySnap holistic energy management platform with Energy Insights. Energy Insights is a component in the popular SimplySnap platform frequently used in the industrial and manufacturing market segments.
EiKO fixtures with the Z10 Receptacle provide controls capability in seconds by delivering a quick route to add a wide array of control devices to luminaires.
Luminis recently announced a wide range of its luminaires will now be offered with nLight® AIR wireless lighting controls.
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.
This educational video, produced by the Lighting Controls Association, introduces the building industry to Eaton’s Pow-R-Command, a microprocessor-based programmable lighting and plug load control system.
Douglas Lighting Controls®, a member of the Panasonic family of companies, recently announced its Dialog® eco-system has been approved by DesignLights® Consortium and in their Qualified Products List (QPL) under Network Lighting Controls (NLC). The Dialog listing covers all Douglas Dialog products, including Dialog Centralized and Distributed Systems, Bluetooth Network System, and CheckLight® Energy Management System.
Leviton recently announced its GreenMAX® DRC Room Control System won the 2020 EC&M Product of the Year Award in the Lighting Controls Category. GreenMAX DRC provides a secure, simple, and scalable distributed control system that can manage virtually any type of lighting for any application or building size.