Legrand’s powerful, intuitive, and simple to use logic modules, controls, and interfaces recognized as significant lighting industry achievements.
San Jose, Calif., August 18, 2017– Legrand, North & Central America is proud to announce that three of its Wattstopper products have been accepted into the 2017 IES (Illuminating Engineering Society) Progress report which seeks to highlight developments in the art and science of lighting throughout the world.
Tool from Cablofil® line enables electrical contractors to be more productive on the jobsite
MASCOUTAH, Ill. — August 18th, 2017 — Legrand is pleased to introduce the second-generation Cablocut battery powered cable tray cutter. The Cablocut tool can easily slice steel and stainless-steel cable management trays up to 6 mm in diameter. Using it instead of a manual cutting tool allows electrical contractors to trim overhead cable management systems to specification faster, which reduces installation time and overall project costs.
New dropout solution designed for high-capacity data centers
Mascoutah, Ill. — August 17, 2017 — The Cablofil Universal "Hang On" Drop Out (UDO), available now from Legrand, is a first-of-its-kind cable dropout solution for high-capacity data centers that protects the integrity of trays and cables to help optimize performance.
Reduce Light Pollution, Go Outside, and Stay Safe
SAN JOSE, Calif., August 11, 2017 – On August 21, 2017 the United States will experience its first total solar eclipse since 1979, and everyone will be trying to get the best view possible. That’s why Legrand Building Control Systems (BCS) is offering a few tips to prepare the nation as it plans to look toward the sky. We can offer some insight here; the Grand Canyon South Rim Visitor Center uses our lighting control solution to enhance its star gazing parties during the late spring and summer months.
San Jose, Calif., August 9, 2017 – Significant changes are underway for commercial buildings with the 2015 Michigan Energy Code taking effect on September 20, 2017. This is the first commercial energy efficiency code update in more than six years for the state. The new code introduces a bevy of significant lighting control provision changes, which can be both confusing and daunting.