The Center for Disease Control (CDC) lists processing, distribution, and preparation as three of the four steps in the food production chain where contamination can occur. In each of these three phases, light fixtures in the facilities are subject to food processing lighting requirements.
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Hubbell Control Solutions announced the release of a new and improved NX Distributed Intelligence™ Lighting Control Panel (NXP2 Series) that centralizes connection points in an enclosure providing an installer-friendly solution that reduces time and costs to deploy code compliant lighting control.
The new NX Panel supports a broad array of internal and external lighting applications including Commercial, Retail, Education, Industrial, and Parking and Site Lighting. It offers several deployment strategies including operating as a standalone panel, multiple panels configured together or as a NX networked device that’s part of a larger NX system. It’s available in multiple size configurations with matching relay capacity. It features industry recognized mechanically latching relays and 0-10V dimming channels, controlled individually or in groups by any local input, system input, schedule, preset, photocell or Building Automation System. It is fully scalable, easy to install, and easy to program and control from the controlHUBB app.
Lumetta, Inc., a US-based leading provider of custom-designed, decorative, commercial lighting products, is proud to announce our newest series of luminaires—VividLite. With its geometrically shaped, vibrantly colored presentation, VividLite allows you to create dramatic arrays of colors and lights or to accentuate a singular lighting showpiece.