LEDs Connected SSL & Controls - Oct 10th, 2022
News and resources on connected lighting, controls, and IoT implementation for smart buildings and cities
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October 10, 2022

Welcome to LEDs Magazine’s Connected SSL & Controls newsletter, where you can find the latest industry insights from PoE lighting executive Kim Johnson; details on the expectations for Title 24-compliant lighting controls; a new play for granular DMX controls in general lighting; and more.

Don’t forget to register for our upcoming webinar presented by NexGen Power Systems field applications engineering expert Kevin Reed. He’ll detail how leading-edge control and power technology in advanced LED drivers keeps pace with the demands and lifespan of illumination systems.

Also, check out self-paced learning opportunities on our Lighting Learning Lab platform. Gain access to courses on architectural lighting design, standards and test methodologies, and of course networked lighting and controls.

Please stay in touch about content we post and to propose contributed articles.

Carrie Meadows, [email protected]

Johnson brings her software and IoT marketing knowledge to the New York–based lighting company, which is staking its claim in Power over Ethernet solutions.
Prepare for energy code requirements that impact lighting and controls implementation. CRAIG DILOUIE summarizes changes to California Title 24 energy code that will go into effect in 2023.
With the number of DC-powered devices loading up building systems, ERIN KELLY evaluates the potential benefits, use cases, and ROI for DC power distribution across various environments.
Three projects recognized for quality lighting combined with flexible controls to deliver enhanced experiences, data insights, and resource management in commercial and residential applications.
Entertainment/architainment lighting controls provider launches a line centered around a user-friendly device and interface for ‘high-quality’ granular color and effects control.
Germany’s Trilux connecting 70 locations to a central monitoring point, as a subcontractor to an energy firm.
If the two companies agree to work together, they would pilot their combined technologies in Albany to improve parking, traffic, and crowd detection, possibly using AI.
October's Product Spotlight features a selection of luminaires, controls, and lighting system components.
Learn how Vertical GaN architecture enables smaller and sleeker lighting designs with high-performance but compact LED driver technology.
Focusing on electronic architectures inside fixtures, the webinar will cover how to add flexibility to multi-channel fixture designs in order to meet a variety of specifications.