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MaxLite IntelliMax Networked Lighting Controls Now DLC Listed

MaxLite of West Caldwell, New Jersey reported the DesignLights Consortium (DLC) now lists the company’s intelligent wireless lighting control system, IntelliMax™, on the Networked Lighting Controls Qualified Products list. According to MaxLite, the IntelliMax control system can work with MaxLite LED luminaires to meet building codes and save energy. The …

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Connected Residential Lighting Controls Market to Grow Modestly

According to market research firm Navigant Research, global annual residential lighting controls revenue will grow from $963.0 million to $1.5 billion from 2018 to 2027. While the research firm says that the residential market for connected LED lighting luminaires, lamps, and controls is growing, the growth in the market is modest. …

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WiZ Connected Bulbs and Luminaires Come to North America

WiZ E26 connected LED bulb

Another company has come out with connected LED bulbs with an app. WiZ Connected Lights has officially brought its connected LED bulbs to North America. These new bulbs are in direct competition with the more established Philips HUE system. Philips Lighting also released a new HUE start-up kits for White, …

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Stack Lighting System Used in Circadian Study at Senior Facility; Company to Carve Out Niche in Lighting for Seniors

Numerous studies have proven the health benefits and consequences of lighting. For example, the spectrum of lighting is known to affect levels of melatonin. Bluish white light (like a sunrise) is known to increase melatonin suppression and help people awaken. On the other hand, reddish-white light (like a sunset) has …

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