HLCA fact sheet educates consumers and home technology installers about options for retrofitting homes for lighting control with “no new wires”
Warrenton, VA — August 27, 2008 — In new homes, automated lighting control systems are typically installed with low-voltage wiring providing communication pathways between devices. But in existing homes, the cost and hassle of wiring a house for lighting control is an obstacle to many consumers.
Fortunately, homeowners can adopt convenient and economical lighting control solutions that either communicate using existing power wiring or by radio frequency, enabling easy access to the benefits of automated lighting control with less downtime and disruption–according to a new fact sheet published by the Home Lighting Control Alliance on its website, www.homelightingcontrol.org.
To download this fact sheet free, visit HLCA’s Learning Center at www.homelightingcontrol.org.
About the Home Lighting Control Alliance (HLCA)
The Home Lighting Control Alliance is a consortium of leading lighting control manufacturers, systems integrators and industry support organizations. Its sole purpose is to promote the awareness, value and benefits of lighting control in residential applications.
Members include AHA Design, CEA, CentraLite Systems, Control4, Echelon, EH Publishing, ETC, FulTech Solutions, HAI, Integrated Concepts, iLuxe innovation, Karen Proctor Electric, The KRUX Company, Lightolier Controls, LiteTouch, Pass & Seymour, RL Johnson Construction, Savant Systems, S&S Electric, Somfy Systems, Square D/Clipsal, SST, Vantage Controls and Watt Stopper/Legrand.
For more information please contact Peter Hoagland at (540) 349-9648 or email@example.com