All In Ketra
You’ve read about biophilia and embraced the wellness movement, now experience it for yourself in the first ever Delos Wellness Pavilion at CEDIA Expo 2019, featuring fresh air, pure water, circadian lighting, and soothing meditations guided by Deepak Chopra.
Julie Jacobson · August 16, 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 06, 2019
CE Pro Deep Dive into the nascent biophilia category expands on the channel’s push into circadian lighting, indoor air quality, and other elements with which integrators should become familiar.
Julie Jacobson · August 01, 2019
This 16,000-square-foot mansion is studded with over 200 Ketra architectural lights and 13 Crestron control panels to help the homeowner enjoy their favorite hobby with ease.
Andrew Nichols · February 21, 2019
Omaha, Neb.-based Echo Systems has turned its sales pitch into an ‘art form,’ leveraging a design-heavy showroom and converting skeptical clients into customers.
Lisa Montgomery · February 20, 2019
New 4,500-square-foot Lutron showroom is three times larger than previous Experience Center showcasing Lutron and Ketra products.
Jason Knott · October 01, 2018
At CEDIA Expo, Lutron goes all in on lighting fixtures and bulbs with integrated Ketra room. Ed Blair takes reins as executive vice president for custom market.
Jason Knott · August 31, 2018
Lutron takes its first-ever step into light source/bulb manufacturing with agreement to buy Ketra’s ‘natural light’ solutions that emulate daylight in interior spaces.
Jason Knott · April 17, 2018
Home Technology Specialists of America (HTSA) plans to disrupt ‘convoluted and almost crooked’ lighting design and fixture business; buying group picks up Ketra, Q-Tran, Lightology, DMF Lighting.
Jason Knott · October 27, 2017
Demonstrated by Legrand, Ketra, Smartika and others at CEDIA 2017, tunable white lighting can be used to regulate circadian rhythms, enhance moods and improve sleep.
Julie Jacobson · September 15, 2017