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Wattstopper® FDP-300 Series DALI Digital Sensors Now Available

Enabling connected outdoor lighting systems for smarter, more energy efficient, and data-driven applications
San Jose, Calif., March 14, 2019– Legrand, North & Central America and its Eliot program introduced new capabilities for OEMs with the availability of the Wattstopper FDP-301SR sensor. The sensor features a streamlined design for fixture integration and enables bi-directional communication between the sensor and connected driver or wireless node. This is the first sensor from Legrand to bring occupancy detection to a connected outdoor fixture.

North Carolina Energy Conservation Code Goes into Effect

SAN JOSE, Calif., January 28, 2019 – North Carolina’s 2018 State Building Code went into effect January 1, 2019 complete with an updated Energy Conservation Code for Commercial Buildings. The new code includes the 2015 IECC© along with North Carolina specific amendments that need to be applied to any building submitted for permitting.

Security, Simplicity, and Occupant Comfort Will Define the Building Control Systems Industry in 2019

Legrand experts look at the biggest trends to come for commercial shading and lighting controls
SAN JOSE, Calif., January 22, 2019 – Experts in building control technologies from Legrand, North and Central America® continuously look ahead to the trends and innovations that are shaping the Building Control Systems (BCS) market. For 2019 Legrand expects security, simplicity, occupant productivity and well-being to be major trends. These are themes that have long been included in the discussion when designing building control systems. These and upcoming building energy code updates will likely have a heavy impact on the products and solutions released in the coming year.

Legrand® Launches Wattstopper® Fixture Integrated Outdoor/High Bay Sensors with Bluetooth® Commissioning

SAN JOSE, Calif., August 9, 2018 – Legrand, North & Central America today released the Wattstopper FSP-300 Series Passive Infrared Outdoor Sensor, which adds Bluetooth low energy technology communication to the industry-leading FSP family of occupancy sensors.The FSP-300 Series sensor is designed to add enhanced security while improving commissioning of lighting projects with wireless access, eliminating the need to use ladders or tools. Additionally, Bluetooth low energy technology is less susceptible to environmental interferences, providing greater installation flexibility and use in the field when compared to IR remote technologies.