Home Automation/Lighting Controls

March 2014
Lutron’s Energi TriPak is a control system consisting of wireless sensors, switches, dimmers and a remote control.
March 2014
Leviton’s Sapphire 7-in. wall mount LCD capacitive touchscreen controller has an easy-to-use, customizable graphical interface for controlling lighting within a facility.
March 2014
Crestron’s GL-IPAC-SW8 Green Light integrated switching panel for smaller lighting systems supports up to eight circuits of lighting loads with inputs for keypads, occupancy sensors and photo sensors,
March 2014
Hubbell Lighting’s Hubbell Building Automation WASP2 occupancy and daylight sensor provides 0–10V (Class 1) output for the control of dimmable fixtures.
March 2014
Nora Lighting’s NSpec REVO motorized track heads can be adjusted with a handheld remote, rotated 340 degrees horizontally or 200 degrees vertically.
March 2014
Steinel America’s HBS 200 and HBS 300 high-bay occupancy sensors operate at 347/480V AC, mounting directly to a high bay lighting fixture or junction box.
March 2014
Acuity’s RC PC IN daylighting controller can be used to control any type of lighting: incandescent, fluorescent, CFL and HID. The sensors work in indoor areas with natural light access.
March 2014
Cree’s SmartCast Technology products incorporate integrated ambient light and motion sensors to achieve energy savings.
March 2013
HAI by Leviton’s Omni LTe system controls homes and businesses by schedule, motion detection, door openings, sunrise, sunset, alarm activation/deactivation and more.
March 2013
Traxon Technologies’ Butler S2 scalable lighting control engine can store up to 99 preprogrammed cuelists and play back up to eight cuelists—in parallel—in standalone mode.

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