Tag: occupancy sensors

An occupancy sensor is a lighting control device that detects occupancy of a space by people and turns the lights on or off automatically, using infrared, ultrasonic or microwave technology. Occupancy sensors are typically used to save energy, provide automatic control, and comply with building codes.

Net Zero Energy Buildings

Net Zero Energy Buildings

Imagine that your company management has told you they are planning to design and build a new headquarters, or retrofit the current building to be Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certified Platinum and net zero energy . . . and they want you to make it happen.

Net Zero Energy

Net Zero Energy

Imagine that your company management has told you they are planning to design and build a new headquarters, or retrofit the current building to be Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certified Platinum and net zero energy . . . and they want you to make it happen.

LED Lighting Solutions for New Construction

LED Lighting Solutions for New Construction

For new construction, today’s facility owners and operators have a vast array of integrated LED lighting solutions that are energy-efficient, can be controlled, provide greater lumens per watt than other light sources, and have virtually no maintenance, notes Glenn Siegel, director, marketing and product management for Eaton. “Almost all of Eaton’s recessed lighting products

When Are Lighting Controls Cost Effective?

When Are Lighting Controls Cost Effective?

Introduction
It really depends on your definition of cost effective. If you just look at saving energy with many of currently available, very efficient, and low-wattage LED products, you may find that the answer is often, “no.” This includes many applications where controls were cost effective, saving energy with previous LED products,

Following Light

Following Light

At the Moorpark Unified School District in Moorpark, CA, Gary Ventsam, director of maintenance and facilities, was weighing energy savings options. The choice came down to installing solar or doing a lighting retrofit with LEDs. At one point, there had been some concerns over LED brightness, clarity, and different colors,

Hubbell Building Automation Introduces IFC Standalone Lighting Fixture Controller

Hubbell Building Automation Introduces IFC Standalone Lighting Fixture Controller

Austin, TX – September 15, 2015 – Hubbell Building Automation has introduced the new IFC In-Fixture Controller. The IFC device offers stand-alone lighting control with unified motion and daylight sensing. A provider of occupancy sensors and lighting controls, Hubbell Building Automation has a long-standing commitment to innovation.

The unified sensor head includes a

Curb Appeal Leans Green at the Mall

Curb Appeal Leans Green at the Mall

Retail landlords—like their shoppers—love a good deal. And lately, those good deals are green: environmentally speaking, and for the bottom line. Capital investments that support retailer mandates for environmental sustainability are paying off, big time.

The LED Lighting Revolution

The LED Lighting Revolution

The LED lighting revolution isn’t snowballing anymore. At this point, it’s more appropriate to say it’s become a full-fledged avalanche. Yet still, many businesses are unsure if they’re ready for the new technology, or more appropriately, is the new technology ready for them? Let’s answer that question by taking a

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