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    • October 26, 2009

      WattStopper has expanded its line of residential lighting controls, incorporating an additional sensing technology and more control options. New sensors include a multi-way ultrasonic vacancy sensor and two multi-way passive infrared (PIR) dimming sensors. Residential sensors save energy in the home by automatically turning lights off in unoccupied spaces, and Watt Stopper’s new vacancy sensors comply with California’s updated Title 24-2008 energy code.

    • October 26, 2009

      The new Allen-Bradley PowerFlex 753 AC drive from Rockwell Automation provides machine builders and manufacturers with the versatile motor control they need for general-purpose applications. Designed to meet global user needs, the drive supports multiple languages and complies with global standards and certifications. The second release in the PowerFlex 750 series, the PowerFlex 753 drive is suited for many industries and applications, including fans, pumps and conveyors.

    • October 14, 2009

      Simutech Multimedia, a leader in simulation-based electrical troubleshooting training software, announces the release of Version 1.5 of Troubleshooting Industrial Controls, for immediate availability. This new version, previously titled FPS 3000 Troubleshooting Simulator, includes improved simulation capabilities, enhanced scoring and reporting, and a new regional settings option.

    • October 05, 2009

      WattStopper launches the first free, web-based energy savings calculating tool that allows users to calculate the potential energy savings available with occupancy sensors. The Energy Calculator (http://www.wattstopper.com/laa/) is designed to help users identify lighting control strategies that best match energy savings goals for retrofit or new construction projects.

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