The United States is currently enjoying a dramatic surge in construction in manufacturing infrastructure. This suggests fresh demand for lighting and controls and the expertise to properly apply them to industrial spaces.
This month, we explore a sustainable and highly specialized lighting control solution installed at a sensory test kitchen at Simplot Headquarters in Dallas.
In this project at Komatsu’s Texas manufacturing facility, Synapse Wireless provided a wireless lighting control system that enabled both lighting and HVAC control while conducting monitoring enabling timely maintenance for enhanced safety and manufacturing uptime.
Acuity Brands recently published a best practices guide for specifiers wishing to incorporate lighting controls into warehouse lighting.
Uline, a distributor of shipping and packaging solutions to businesses throughout North America, wanted all of the more than 3,000 lights in its 800,000-sq.ft. Lacey, WA facility to operate as a single system with one interface that in turn would work the company’s existing IT system. Uline selected Synapse Wireless, which designed an intelligent lighting solution that effectively manages all of the lights.
This month, we explore a dynamic lighting controls installation at an automated distribution center in Ontario. Lighting control design by Hammerschlag and Joffe Inc. Photography by Terri Nowik, Light Monkeys.
McWong International teamed with project partners Contemporary Energy Solutions, Pentalux, and Silvair to deploy a large TruBlu™ control network at Yamaha Motors’ midwestern distribution center, located in Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin. The SIG-qualified TruBlu mesh control network consists of 320 nodes and 40 control zones encompassing the 175,000 ft2 facility, and estimated energy savings exceed 250,000 kWh.
This month, we will explore an innovative installation of lighting controls at a control room in an oil refinery.
A recent Energy Center project set out to determine just how much energy could be saved by lighting a parking structure with LEDs. Findings from this two-year study of The Brewery parking structure in Milwaukee suggest LEDs are a good fit; however, LEDs combined with motion detectors, commissioning and daylighting are an even better solution. […]
Schneider Electric worked with Albany International Corp. to develop a lighting control strategy tailored to its manufacturing processes at the company’s Menasha, Wisconsin plant. That solution was the Square D® brand PowerLink NF2000G3 and NF3000G3 lighting control systems, which provided the appropriate type of lighting control based on the different work areas in the facility, […]