UL emergency lighting controls standards are getting an update. We’ve updated our EM solution for nLight AI...
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Safeguard your SensorSwitch™ and nLight® controls devices with WG Series wire guards!
The DBL series of LED long-life button style wire-in controls offer dusk to dawn control, LED inrush protection, and more for lighting that does not use a NEMA receptacle.
We have partnered with MasterSpec by Deltek Specpoint® to create an updated nLight specification on MasterSpec.
The nLight lighting controls platform continues to help educate our customers with the addition of a new educational page featuring nLight® Enabled Luminaires.
The nLight® Quick Reference Guide has been updated with our latest product releases. The guide is now available on the Acuity Store and the nLight resources section on the literature page.
UL emergency lighting controls standards are getting an update. We’ve updated our EM solution for nLight AIR, so you’re ready. Get the updated IECC 2021 and Title 24 2022 app guides.
Holophane® LED Industrial Fixtures + SensorSwitch SBG BTP Sensor = Energy Savings!
New Features = Easier Programming!
The SensorSwitch JOT solution is now DLC listed!
Check out our new JOT training videos!
Learn how nLight® solutions help applications by making Title 24 2022 code compliance quicker and easier.
New Wakeup Feature = Easier Programming!
Discover all the details about the all-new nLight® Snapshot Controller for projects that need nLight and DMX control.
Consider lighting control requirements of a warehouse from design guidance to building owner and occupant expectations.
Explore our history of innovation, standard setting patents, and more!
This course will demonstrate the importance of embedded lighting controls focusing on design, specification, and installation delivering significant value to customers.
The sPODMRA Series by SensorSwitch™ blends in seamlessly with your design and connects up to 9 devices for multi-way operation.
Learn more about the nLight® AIR Autonomous Bridging Technology (ABT) earning a spot in the 2021 IES Progress Report.
A guide for electrical contractors to evaluate lighting controls.