Lighting Control Products

Legrand’s Adorne Collection streamlines a conventional light switch’s look and operation. It has seven control and outlet styles, and activates using sensors, a finger touch, or a hand wave. The flush-mounted wall plates come in 32 finishes.

Hubbell Building Automation’s WiStar Wireless Lighting Controls uses EnOcean technology to save energy. The single and dual rocker switches harvest energy when pushed, and communicate with other lighting devices without batteries.

Suitable for use in daylight harvesting, the solar-powered Occupancy Light Sensor by Magnum Energy Solutions operates in light levels from 0 to 1,020 lux. It can switch and dim lights, and communicate wirelessly with receivers.

WattStopper’s LMLS-600 is a dual-loop photosensor that provides daylighting control for applications with skylights. The device automatically switches or dims one zone of lighting based on ambient and daylight levels.

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