January 30, 2014
XPoint Wireless is well-suited for new construction and retrofit lighting control projects in covered parking areas, high bay spaces, corridors and stairwells. The system makes wireless fixture-by-fixture or group control simple to deploy since the dimming and switching control is integral to the fixtures.
January 29, 2014
ConTech Lighting is proud to introduce our new, super high output tapelight! This flexible, low voltage linear LED accent lighting system provides high quality, consistent, illumination for many indoor applications. Super high output tapelight is available in 4 color temperatures (2700K, 3000K, 4000K and 6500K) as well as 4 colors (blue, green, red, and yellow).
We have also added additional mounting channels to make all of our tapelight systems more versatile. In addition to the standard mounting channel, a 45-degree angled channel and a recessed channel are now available.
A unique feature of ConTech tapelight is that it is cCSAus Listed to UL standards as a complete system, not just components, for safety and reliability.
Specification sheets on the super high output tapelight can be found here.
A brochure featuring all of our tapelight systems can be found in the literature library on our website by clicking here.
January 27, 2014
Series 16 LED brings a new level of control and performance to linear indirect/direct LED luminaires. A patent pending optical design delivers excellent distribution in one of our most popular pendant shapes.
January 27, 2014
Selux Announces M60 & M100 LED Direct/Indirect
With the introduction of the M60 and M100 LED Direct/Indirect to our popular M-Series line, we now offer additional flexible design options.
The M-Series LED Direct / Indirect has a 97% efficient reflector design along with an impact resistant LED optimized white lens ensuring high luminaire performance and protection against dust.
The high efficiency LED light engine is available in 2700K, 3000K, 3500K, 4000K CCTs offering exceptional uniformity. The luminaire is offered in cable, stem, and wall mount as both individual luminaires and RUNs in 1 ft increments. All M-Series LED Direct / Indirect come with a 5 year limited warranty to ensure a worry-free, no-maintenance installation. Learn more about the M60 LED and M100 LED.
January 17, 2014
Gables Park Plaza Austin, TX
The recently completed Gables Park Plaza located in Austin, Texas, features the Selux Corral Column luminaire. Awarded the LEED Silver certification, this eco-friendly, mixed-use apartment complex has many areas of interest, including the plaza’s rooftop pool area. Here, the Corral Column provides consistent, energy efficient illumination for all residents.
- Project — Gables Park Plaza
- Architect –Ziegler Cooper Architects
- Lighting Designer – Bos Lighting Design
- Photographer — Thomas McConnell Photography
- Products Corral® Column
January 16, 2014
Metal Heat Treatment Plant Installs VerifEye™ for Turn Key Energy Monitoring Solution
How Byington Steel Zeroed in on Energy Costs and Saved
As one of the largest metal heat treatment plants on the West Coast, Byington Steel uses exceedingly energy-intensive processes like cryogenic freezers, giant furnaces, straightening presses and degreasing machinery on multiple shifts for hours at a time. These processes consume vast quantities of electricity, gas and water which need to be allocated among individual clients and production line runs. While mission-critical, the company’s ability to zero in on raw material costs was virtually impossible since the plant was master-metered with single meters measuring electric, gas and water consumption. Plant managers needed a way to identify inefficient processes and optimize productivity.
Committed to investing in new technology, decision-makers at the plant made a smart choice by installing VerifEye Series 2000 electric submeters and an advanced communication system to capture, profile and analyze the facility’s electric, gas, steam and water consumption in real-time. The Leviton Energy Monitoring Hub (EMH) interfaces with the plant’s existing factory automation system enabling seamless integration with the company’s cost accounting system. Today, plant managers generate real-time energy and water usage statistics for each client run while streamlining the cost accounting system and easily invoicing clients.
To read more about how Byington Steel was able to optimize productivity and easily bid on future projects, click here. To see additional Leviton case studies visit Leviton.com/CaseStudies.
January 15, 2014
Designed to Perform | Built to Last.
The D-Series LED Bollard is designed to perform the way a bollard should – with zero uplight.
Optical design cuts off all light above
horizontal, making it perfect for areas
with strict lighting ordinances.
|Designed to Last
Sturdy, 8″ aluminum shaft, super durable finish and advanced LEDs deliver
an expected 20+ year service life.
|Remarkable Energy Savings
Delivers energy savings of 69% over
100W metal halide bollards.
|Emergency Battery Backup
Optional cold temperature (-20C) battery backup provides at least 50% illumination
during times of power loss.
Features a 0-10V dimming driver as
D-Series Bollard Cutsheet
January 14, 2014
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January 14, 2014
Artspace Patchogue Lofts, located on Long Island, New York, includes affordable live-work housing for artists in a community of creative businesses. The Selux SILL® PR020 Cardanic System was chosen for this project.
Shawn McLearen, VP of Properties for Artspace, states:
“We selected the Selux Cardanic fixture because of its reputation for high quality, energy efficiency and dark-sky compliance. Most importantly from a design standpoint however, it gave us a unique opportunity to present a somewhat theatrical front door to this new artist live-work housing project. The public street frontage required a certain level of illumination to comply with municipal requirements for both the sidewalk and street. The Cardanic variable adjustable fixture allowed us to not only comply with regulatory standards, but also accent the building façade. It also serves a programmatic function when the Artspace Patchogue community conducts a public event, as it illuminates their front door ‘threshold’ in an artistic fashion.”