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SANTA CLARA, CALIF.—WattStopper has introduced a new line of wireless occupancy sensors in response to customer requests for more choices to manage energy. The radio frequency (RF) products make it easy and cost effective to install code-compliant controls in existing buildings, or wherever wired occupancy sensors aren’t the best fit. The product line includes dual relay controls not available from other manufacturers, as well as time-saving functionality.
GRANVILLE, OHIO—Acuity Brands, Inc. introduces ACP Series LED floodlights from American Electric Lighting that save up to 60 percent in energy costs, while cutting maintenance by as much as 50 percent compared to a metal halide floodlight. Sustainable solution ACP1LED and ACP2LED luminaires also reduce CO2 emissions by up to 60 percent while providing a service life of more than 20 years.
TAMPA, FLA.—Hasek Communications, the Cleveland, Ohio-based publisher of Green Lodging News, welcomes EverGlow NA, Inc. as a Founding Sponsor. EverGlow manufactures code approved photoluminescent exit signs and egress path markings. High performance glow in the dark signs and markings can help one reduce inspection and maintenance costs. Without compromising the life safety of guests and staff, EverGlow (non-electrical) photoluminescent exit signs can be used to replace electrical exit signs.
BOSTON—Driven by superior features and falling costs, the market for light-emitting diode (LED) luminaires, or optimized permanent light fixtures, will grow more than 12-fold over the next decade—from $2 billion today to $25 billion in 2023, a compound annual growth rate of 25 percent, according to Lux Research.
NATICK, MASS.—ThinkLite announced the commercial availability of its high output T8 & T5 LED Tube lighting. With outputs of 131LM/W, ThinkLite LED tubes provide sufficient light for one-to-one replacements of fluorescent tubes in existing fixtures. Thinklite’s LED tubes are available in lengths from 2’ to 8’, varying wattages and kelvins. The company has also introduced a 2’ LED U-shaped tube which can be used in many common office building fixtures.
YORKVILLE, N.Y.—Hickory Treasures from Meyda Custom Lighting features new sculpted pendants and fixtures. Prismatic crystal baguettes illuminate with state of the art LED technology for ambient lighting, energy savings and minimal maintenance. The Hickory Treasures pendant (145991) is the 40-inch wide LED pendant, however 25- and 32-inch pendants are also available. An eight-inch wide LED Wall Sconce (147096) is also new. Custom styles and colors are available.
SEATTLE—Electric Mirror, a global leader in the lighted mirrors and mirror TV industry, introduces Keen, a dimmable lighted mirror that offers substantial energy savings by automatically reducing power to the mirror’s lights after one hour.
WEST CALDWELL, N.J.—MaxLite, a leading manufacturer and marketer of the MaxLED line of energy-efficient luminaires and lamps, has expanded its line of LED PAR30 and PAR38 lamps with the addition of new styles, beam angles and color temperatures. The LED PAR lamps are ideal for retrofitting recessed and other lighting fixtures used in architectural, residential, retail, office, hospitality and commercial applications.
AURORA, OHIO—TCP International Holdings LTD, the parent company of Ohio-based Technical Consumer Products, Inc. (TCP), announced that it entered into a patent license agreement with Philips. This agreement provides TCP with access to Philips’ LED-related patents for certain LED luminaire and bulb technologies. As part of this agreement, the two companies have agreed to settle and dismiss the patent infringement lawsuit that was pending in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Ohio.
LISLE, ILL.—Air Cycle Corp. has released the next generation of its Bulb Eater lamp crushing machine—The Bulb Eater 3 with Intelli Technology. In less than one second, The Bulb Eater 3 system crushes spent fluorescent lamps of any length, u-tubes, and CFLs into 100 percent recyclable material, while capturing more than 99.99 percent of the vapors released.
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