Welcome to LEDs Magazine’s Connected SSL & Controls newsletter for March 13, 2023. Last week I attended LEDucation in New York, and wow, what a busy show floor it was. While it didn’t surprise me that there were lighting controls on display among the mainly architectural lighting exhibits, the range from snap-in luminaire-level lighting controls to more complex remote commissioning, multidevice network communications, and subscription-based building monitoring services just reinforced the point that there is no “one” lighting controls end user or customer — and no single mode of implementation across all environments, use cases, and building management scenarios. This is not a one-size-fits-all technology.
In this issue:
- Tax code revisions could increase demand for advanced lighting controls to qualify for buildings tax deduction
- Complex DMX controls work behind the scenes at Geffen Hall, delivering a magical entertainment experience
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