Wattstopper LED Sensor from Legrande

Wattstopper LED Sensor from Legrande

Legrand North America’s new Wattstopper DW-311 Dual Technology 0-10V Dimming Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor complies with building and energy codes to provide LED dimming, the company says. The target is medium-sized applications such as rooms with partitions, rest rooms, large offices, conference rooms with cubicles … Read more…

A Winning Strategy: Daylighting Sensors Combined with Occupancy Sensors

A Winning Strategy: Daylighting Sensors Combined with Occupancy Sensors

Integrated lighting technologies that combine daylighting with light sensing and controls can achieve internal rates of return of 24 percent and lead to gains of up to $27 billion in lighting energy costs, according to Lux Research. Daylighting technologies deliver energy savings of between 90-95 … Read more…

Occupancy Sensor Also Controls Plug Loads

Occupancy Sensor Also Controls Plug Loads

WattStopper is extending its occupancy-based lighting control to plug loads. Its Wireless Receptacle Controls (WRC) series is designed to help lighting control professionals meet new ASHRAE 90.1 and California Title 24 requirements to switch off selected receptacles. The WRC uses RF technology and works with … Read more…

High-Rise Restrooms Hold Energy Saving Opportunities

High-Rise Restrooms Hold Energy Saving Opportunities

Understanding the schedule for hot water, exhaust fans and lighting systems and matching system operation to building occupancy is the first step toward improving energy efficiency in commercial restrooms, according to an article in Highrisefacilities.com. Restrooms in high-rise commercial buildings are often overlooked when it comes … Read more…

Lighting Upgrade Saves $130K Annually, Cuts 1.3M kWh

Lighting Upgrade Saves $130K Annually, Cuts 1.3M kWh

The Shops at Grand Avenue’s parking garage in Milwaukee, Wis., got an LED lighting upgrade, replacing 986 metal halide 150W lights with VPL LED parking vaportight fixtures manufactured by Precision-Paragon (P2), consuming 51 watts each. The LED retrofit reduced the facility’s lighting energy consumption by … Read more…

Energy Use from Lighting Equals 7.6% of Total Energy at Convention Center

Energy Use from Lighting Equals 7.6% of Total Energy at Convention Center

The Albuquerque Convention Center, with more than 270,000 square feet, recently selected energy efficient LED lighting from Cree. The Cree LEDs in combination with a control system reduce the convention center’s annual lighting energy usage from an industry standard 40 percent to 7.6 percent of … Read more…

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Lighting Update: Sensity Systems Light Sensory Networks; Cireon LEDs; NexLight Building Occupany Sensors

Sensity Systems says its comprehensive Light Sensory Networks (LSN)-enabled LED luminaires are now generally available. Each luminaire supports a set of cloud applications with Sensity’s NetSense platform. The platform includes sensors and high-bandwidth networking that light owners can use to collect, monitor, analyze and act … Read more…

Wireless Lighting Controls to Save Buildings $4B by 2020, Says ON World

Wireless Lighting Controls to Save Buildings $4B by 2020, Says ON World

Wireless lighting controls will save buildings $4 billion in energy savings by 2020, according to ON World’s report Smart Building Wireless Sensor Networks. Research firm ON World says it conducted a survey of 85 professional lighting installers and found that 59 percent are providing wireless … Read more…

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