Tag: DesignLights Consortium
Excessive and poorly controlled outdoor lighting can have detrimental effects on plants and animals, as well as people.
The Inflation Reduction Act should push commercial building facility managers to include lighting controls in all or most projects.
As the first generation of LED fixtures are due for replacement, facilities can boost the benefits.
As connected lighting gains ground, “turning on the lights” increasingly means tapping into a network of advanced control technology. It also presents cybersecurity concerns.
Daintree® Networked wireless lighting controls from GE Current, a Daintree company, are now a DesignLights Consortium® Qualified Networked Lighting Controls Product.
First draft of LUNA (Light Usage for Night Applications) requirements from DesignLights Consortium establishes performance thresholds for specific categories of outdoor lighting to minimize light pollution.
Legrand announces its Wattstopper Digital Lighting Management (DLM) product family of networked lighting control systems is certified through the ioXt Alliance Certification Program.
The EQHB Series is an economy LED linear high bay that utilizes high efficacy and high-output LEDs.
The impact of artificial lighting on human health remains a focus for the industry.
Beyond energy savings, connected lighting is a pathway to intelligent use of space and better building diagnostics.
The new draft Networked Lighting Control System Technical Requirements 5 (NLC5) is focused on enhanced requirements for listing systems on the DLC's NLC Qualified Products List (QPL).
The LRK34-ML kit comes with three EVERLINE LED lightbars and a 0V to 10V dimmable 80 watt driver, providing 14,000 lumens.
The EVERLINE LED Retrofit Strip Assembly (LRA4P) has been upgraded to provide flexibility for application options ranging from industrial facilities to retail stores.
All LED lighting isn’t created equally, so make quality testing a pillar of your buying decisions for your buildings and sites.
DesignLights Consortium (DLC) has released the second draft of its Networked Lighting Controls Technical Requirements V4.0 for public comment.
A new report from the DesignLights Consortium sheds valuable light on retrofit opportunities.
Lutron's Quantum Total Light Management System and Vive wireless system now eligible for utility rebates and incentives by DesignLights Consortium members.
The scalable, wireless or wired lighting control system has been listed on the DesignLights Consortium (DLC) Qualified Products List (QPL) in the category of Networked Lighting Control (NLC) Systems.
In late June 2016, DesignLights Consortium launched its QPL for Networked Lighting Control, and Lightcloud is the first to be recognized as meeting those performance specifications.
The Square Canopy Parking Garage LED is energy efficient lighting for commercial and municipal parking applications.