Reno, Nevada – September 12th, 2018 - Server Technology, a brand of Legrand and a leading provider of intelligent rack power distribution units (PDU’s), today unveiled its HDOT Cx. The new data center PDU represents a groundbreaking advancement in rack mount power strips by allowing the outlet to easily conform to any combination of hardware power configuration needs. The HDOT Cx reduces the need for data center managers to constantly purchase new PDUs to support the ever-changing power requirements of expanding data centers.
WEST HARTFORD, CT., August 20, 2018 – Legrand North and Central America, the global leader in AV infrastructure, networking and digital systems, has announced the creation of the Residential Custom Integration Business dedicated to supporting custom integrators in the home technology space.
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.
SAN JOSE, Calif., August 7, 2018 – Legrand, North & Central America today announced two new tunable white LED light engines, Blanco 2 and Blanco 3, that deliver fixture manufacturers a completely integrated solution that enables the highest quality tunable light available. Both serve as natural expansions to Legrand’s Human Centric Lighting line of products.
San Jose, Calif., August 2, 2018 – Pennsylvania is adopting a new energy conservation code effective Oct. 1, 2018 through an update of the Pennsylvania Uniform Construction Code (UCC). The 2015 IECCwill be the new building efficiency standard statewide except for in the city of Philadelphia, which is adopting the newer 2018 IECC standard.
These updates to efficiency standards represent a more than 26 percent increase in building energy efficiency over the current standard. Harold Jepsen, Vice President of Standards and Industry, Building Control Systems at Legrand, has outlined the biggest changes in the upcoming code updates as well as recommended lighting control solutions that meet these requirements.