Posts Tagged: dimming standards

the connected lighting alliance

A group of lighting companies recently formed a new non-profit open industry group, called The Connected Lighting Alliance, that aims to standardize and promote wireless lighting control communications.  The inital members include GE, Lutron, Philips, OSRAM, Pansonic, Toshiba, etc.  Their

the connected lighting alliance

A group of lighting companies recently formed a new non-profit open industry group, called The Connected Lighting Alliance, that aims to standardize and promote wireless lighting control communications.  The inital members include GE, Lutron, Philips, OSRAM, Pansonic, Toshiba, etc.  Their

ube

Via Kickstarter, an interesting Austin-based startup company called Ube that is developing WIFI-enabled dimmers, outlets, plug adapters and of course, the corresponding control apps for mobile devices. The team behind this looks to have quite a bit of experience in

ube

Via Kickstarter, an interesting Austin-based startup company called Ube that is developing WIFI-enabled dimmers, outlets, plug adapters and of course, the corresponding control apps for mobile devices. The team behind this looks to have quite a bit of experience in

nema ssl1, ssl6 & ssl7

For lighting designers who are concerned about dimmer capability with LED drivers, they should take the time to research NEMA’s latest efforts.  NEMA has developed two standards and is currently developing a third, covering different aspects of LED drivers and dimming. Here is the

nema ssl1, ssl6 & ssl7

For lighting designers who are concerned about dimmer capability with LED drivers, they should take the time to research NEMA’s latest efforts.  NEMA has developed two standards and is currently developing a third, covering different aspects of LED drivers and dimming. Here is the