All In Vantage
To incorporate circadian lighting into a Vantage control system, simply add the “sun” object as a phantom load into the Design Center programming, and lighting will sync to the sun’s natural intensity and color temperature for any given geography and time.
Julie Jacobson · August 14, 2019
Circadian lighting has been all the rage in the smart-home universe for a few years, but until recently no one really had the algorithms or ability to implement an automated human-centric lighting system … until now.
Julie Jacobson · August 6, 2019
Biophilic solutions combine Vantage lighting control with WAC tunable LED fixtures, featuring Lumenetix araya Light Engine to support circadian rhythms.
CE Pro Editors · July 23, 2019
The Gary Sinise Foundation worked with local integration firm JL Automation to create the perfect smart home for disabled war veteran Caleb Brewer and his family.
CE Pro Editors · March 28, 2019
Combining LumaStream’s tunable fixtures and Vantage’s lighting control capabilities, the new tunable white LED lighting system can match the sunrise/sunset schedule of any location.
CE Pro Editors · September 7, 2018
Crestron demos 360-degree SolarSync photosensor that delivers solar information from the outdoors to tunable white lighting controls indoors for healthy daylighting.
Julie Jacobson · August 7, 2018
Legrand VP Fritz Werder discussed the company’s latest Eliot IoT program, Millennials, and integrator challenges in a recent interview with CE Pro.
Jason Knott · May 23, 2018
With the help of the Gary Sinise FoundationEdina, Minn.-based JJ Orion traveled to Texas to install an Elan home automation system in a new home for an Afghanistan war veteran.
CE Pro Editors · November 10, 2017
Lutron and Control4 remain the top brands in lighting control, followed by Crestron, Vantage and Savant, which made slight gains.
Robert Archer · June 13, 2017
Flashback Friday: Westco Smart Homes in Los Angeles installs and programs Vantage smart lighting controls to automate Orthodox Jewish Shabbat observance that does not permit homeowners to turn on or off lights.
Jason Knott · April 6, 2017