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New! Lighting Control for the Digital Age

Touch the Future of Lighting Control with GRAFIK T™ from Lutron Introducing an exciting new lighting control solution for the digital age that marries advanced Lutron touch dimming technology with intuitive, minimalist design. GRAFIK T reinvents the way we interact with lighting controls: one simple touch or slide-of-a-finger on the LED light bar sets the lighting level. GRAFIK T is ideal for residential and commercial dimming applications. From simple standalone control to whole-home or building lighting control systems, GRAFIK T offers a solution for any light source.

Factory Integrated Panelboards
Peter Walsh, PE

Contractors often purchase panelboard options for field installation. These options could be energy monitoring for Green Buildings, commercial sub-metering, or lighting panel controls. As options become more complex, the field installation costs become greater.

New Advanced Wireless LED Lighting Controls
James R. Dukart

Cree Lighting has debuted new wireless lighting controls called SmartCast, designed to reduce LED lighting systems’ energy consumption by 70 percent. These savings are in addition to energy savings that LED bulbs already provide as a replacement to fluorescent lighting for offices, commercial and industrial spaces. The savings are realized through the use of automated, wireless controls that include sensors on Cree CR Series architectural troffers, KR Series downlights and CS Series linear luminaires.

New LED Options Lighting the Way to Efficiency
Chuck Ross

Lighting is a large component of a commercial building’s total energy use, comprising more than 30% of total energy consumption, according to 2010 figures from the National Institute of Building Sciences. Additionally, inefficient lighting fixtures can add a significant heat load to building interiors, making air conditioning systems work hard to maintain comfortable temperatures. As a result of both these factors, both lighting fixtures and their controls are the targets of increased scrutiny under increasingly strict energy codes.


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