August 13, 2008
New Multi-Technology Occupancy Sensor Offers Bi-Level Switching
Leviton’s new OSSMD Wall Switch Occupancy Sensors combine bi-level switching with infrared & ultrasonic technology for accurate occupancy detection. Minimal false triggering provides “install & forget” performance & maximum energy savings.
Field configurable for PIR only, US only, or multi-tech sensing.
OSSMD-GD does not require a neutral wire for installation.
OSSMD-FT keeps the exhaust fan on for 10 minutes longer than occupancy.
Visit www.leviton.com for more information
Eco-sensitive Building for Extracurriculars Flourishes at Vanderbilt
The new Commons Center at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN, is a dining hall, student center, and extracurricular heart of a new quadrangle. It’s also the first higher-education LEED Gold building in Tennessee. Sustainable features include translucent electric sun-tracking shades, custom-designed pendant lights with daylight harvesting switches, proximity sensor faucets, waterless urinals, and eco-sensitive fireplaces.
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Stores Create Theatre-like Wine-shopping Experience
Canadian retail designers have launched a new way to discover and shop for Ontario wines. Vibrant colors, custom-designed wire shelving, backlit bottles, and large, evocative food images give consumers a mouthwatering first impression while easy-to-navigate categories and fun, unexpected communications entice, enliven, and educate.
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Contemporary Research introduces the 232-Amp Stereo Mixer/Amplifier and the IP-232 Ethernet to RS-232 Interface at the InfoComm08 show, booth C2301. The compact 232-Amp mounts directly to projectors and displays for small-room AV integration. Features include RS-232 control, one stereo and two mixing/ducking mono line inputs (perfect for wireless mics and paging), and 8 watts RMS per channel stereo amplification. The IP-232’s Ethernet port extends network RS-232 control of projectors, displays, and CR TV tuners.
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Are Highly Integrated Lighting and Control Systems the Future of Lighting?
Researchers have begun testing the utility of innovative lighting systems to see how far we can go with efficiency without jeopardizing fundamental lighting quality—by integrating highly efficient design and technology, lighting best practices, and controls.
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