Each lighting and lighting controls product line has unique features, benefits and specifications designed for commercial and industrial use in the municipality, education, healthcare, utilities, retail, office, warehouse and manufacturing sectors. Understanding the intended application and installation guidelines of interior and exterior lamps, fixtures, ballasts, dimmers, occupancy sensors, daylight sensors and wireless lighting controls is critical to meeting industry requirements, complying with regulatory standards and providing safe productive environments.
View the education materials below to learn more about the latest innovations in lighting and lighting controls products developed and fabricated by leading manufacturers. For further assistance consult our experienced team of lighting application engineers with the product and technical knowledge to help get you started on lighting design and job estimating through delivery, project management and training.
Acuity Brands nLight
nLight® lighting controls plus Lithonia Lighting fixtures work seamlessly together to create innovative and practical lighting solutions for office, retail, healthcare, municipality and other commercial applications.
The Steiner lighting application team can help you select the right controls and fixtures to meet your requirements and provide guidance on scaling for future needs and reducing energy costs.Learn More
Lighting solutions for one room or whole buildings, Lutron's revolutionary wireless control technology for new and existing commercial buildings. Vive utilizes Lutron patented Clear Connect® wireless technology for ultra-reliable communication and smooth dimming performance with no flicker or delay.
Wireless Lighting Control Technology
The next generation of wireless lighting control technology makes installation faster and maintenance easier for the Contractor and MRO. This free whitepaper examines the benefits of new wireless lighting controls and focuses on its capabilities such as speed-of-installation, scheduling, occupancy sensing, daylight harvesting, integrations with other systems, scalability, and more.Learn More
The autumn and winter seasons bring less daylight and more hazards for employees and patrons around facility exterior walkways and parking areas. Early autumn is the time to check and update outdoor lighting to provide a safe environment and help prevent accidents and injury.