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SANTA CLARA, CALIF.—WattStopper has added network capability to its self-configuring Digital Lighting Management (DLM) lighting control product line, enabling remote management of lighting controls throughout a floor, a building or an entire campus. This product line expansion also includes two new DLM digital photosensors for automatically switching or dimming up to three zones of lighting in daylit areas.
AURORA, OHIO—TCP, Inc., a leader in CFL technology, introduces a new fully dimmable CFL product line incorporating a patent-pending high performance CFL ballast design that features proprietary NXP GreenChip power management IC chip technology. This new design approach, dubbed TruDim Technology, results in a CFL with smoother full range dimming performance from 100 percent down to one percent.
LAS VEGAS—Royal Philips Electronics has unveiled its 12-watt EnduraLED light bulb, an LED replacement for a 60-watt incandescent light bulb. Shown for the first time at the Lightfair International trade show, it marks an important breakthrough in the use of LED lighting technology in everyday applications. The bulb will deliver up to 80 percent energy savings and last 25 times longer than its century-old predecessor.
OREM, UTAH—ILLUMRA, a leader in wireless battery-free controls, announced the release of a new solar-powered light sensor that can run indefinitely on a few hours of light a day. The new product, when used with other wireless devices, creates a daylight harvesting solution that is both easy to install and use.
CAMAS, WASH.—Environmental issues are a top priority for many consumers. These days, it’s hard to watch TV without hearing about how you can help the environment by “going green.” One increasingly popular way of contributing to the green movement is to install compact fluorescent lamps (CFL), a fluorescent bulb designed to emit as much light as traditional light bulbs while using less energy. CFLs use about 75 percent less energy than standard incandescent bulbs and can last up to 10 times longer. CFLs also produce about 75 percent less heat, so they’re safer to operate and can cut cooling costs. To put savings into perspective, if you presently use 50 lamps (100 watts), you’re saving about $550/year in electricity. Each year, retailers sell approximately 130 million to 150 million CFLs.
CLEVELAND, OHIO—General Electric has unveiled its new 40-watt LED bulb that will last 25 times longer than incandescent bulbs, which are being phased out in the United States. The bulb, part of GE’s Energy Smart line, will last more than 25,000 hours, compared to the typical 1,000-hour lifespan of incandescent bulbs. When used for three hours a day (the average used by Energy Star for comparing bulb performance), the GE 40-watt LED would last close to 23 years.
AURORA, OHIO—For the second year in a row, TCP, Inc. has been named Energy Star Partner of the Year for Lighting Product Manufacturers by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Department of Energy (DOE). The company is recognized for its outstanding contribution to reducing greenhouse gas emissions by manufacturing energy efficient lighting products.
WAIKIKI, OAHU—Building on its commitment to reducing its environmental footprint and being “green,” the 1,310-room Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort & Spa has installed a new gridsmart solar panel lighting system in its outdoor parking lot, reducing its power consumption from 30,000 watts a day to 12,000 watts a day.
MOONACHIE, N.J.—Introducing energy efficient styles to its complete line of high-quality, high-performance compact fluorescents, BULBRITE introduces the PurifyO2 family of Coil and T5 Quad CFLs which break down odors. They are ideal for damp smelling applications. PurifyO2 CFLs are designed with a TiO2 coating that helps purify the air and eliminate odors.
NIANTIC, CONN.—INNCOM International Inc. announced that its automated guestroom systems played a lead role in the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Platinum certification of the Yountville, Calif.-based Bardessono Hotel, Restaurant and Spa. LEED Platinum, the highest designation of its kind by the U.S. Green Building Council, recognizes sustainable and environmentally friendly building designs.
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