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Lighting, Wireless Control, and a Danish King

Universal Lighting Technologies, Inc.

Lighting, Wireless Control, and a Danish King

Harald Gormsson. Name ring a bell for you?

He was a king back in the 900's and was famous for two things. The first was uniting Denmark and Norway in 958. Quite an accomplishment, although the union didn't last all that long. But it eventually formed part of the Scandinavian region.
Making the Connection: Matching Disconnect Switches to Their Application

Mennekes Electrical Products

Making the Connection: Matching Disconnect Switches to Their Application

Motor disconnect switches are a critical safety element in industrial settings, but just how much protection they provide – and how long they last – is dependent on how well each switch is matched to its setting. Specifiers have a number of options to choose from, including housing materials and internal electronics.
Bluetooth for Lighting and More

Universal Lighting Technologies, Inc.

Bluetooth for Lighting and More

In another article, we discussed the origin of the moniker for Bluetooth technology. If you haven't read it, make sure you do.

We also talked about the first two iterations of Bluetooth tech—Bluetooth BR/EDR (Basic Rate/Enhanced Data Rate) and Bluetooth LE (Low Energy)—as well as their strengths and weaknesses.
Lutron Residential & Commercial Sensors
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From the Sky to the Earth: Solar Power Grounding

BURNDY® LLC

From the Sky to the Earth: Solar Power Grounding

I'll be honest with you. Up until a year or two ago, solar power was a mystery to me. In fact, my experience was pretty much limited to the plugin solar panels that charged my outdoor spotlights and security cameras.

Nail it down somewhere that would expose it to maximum sunlight, plug it in, and you're good to go.

Quick, clean, and simple, right?
Lighting Powered by the Sun – With a Backup

Light Efficient Design

Lighting Powered by the Sun – With a Backup

Solar-powered lighting is a great concept for adding outdoor fixtures in new locations. With no need for wired connections to the local electric utility, owners save on trenching and other costs. And, since the fixtures are powered only by batteries charged up by attached solar panels, there are no monthly electric bills, either.
Today’s Latest Streetlights Take a Wires-Free Approach to Vintage Design

Light Efficient Design

Today’s Latest Streetlights Take a Wires-Free Approach to Vintage Design

I live in a semi-rural community that prides itself for maintaining a quaint, small-town feel, with only a single traffic light – a flashing-red stoplight where two state highways cross – along all its roadways. But even here, where we value our dark nighttime skies, we count on streetlights to help illuminate tricky intersections during overnight hours.
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