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Demo: Crestron’s New SolarSync Daylight Sensor Automates Lighting to Simulate the Outdoors

By Julie Jacobson · August 7, 2018 • Crestron demos 360-degree SolarSync photosensor that delivers solar information from the outdoors to tunable white lighting controls indoors for healthy daylighting.

ProSource: ‘We’re Two Years Ahead of Everyone Else’ in Remote Managed Services

By Julie Jacobson · March 19, 2018 • The ProSource buying group is pushing lighting control and remote managed services as new opportunities for home-technology integrators, adding OneVision, Parasol, OvrC, Coastal Source and Colorbeam to its roster of providers.

Tunable White Lighting Enters Smart-Home Market at CEDIA 2017

By Julie Jacobson · September 15, 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 / CE Pro)

CEDIA Q&A: Colorbeam Brings Tunable LED Architectural Lighting to CEDIA 2016

By CE Pro Editors · August 22, 2016 • Exhibiting for the first time at CEDIA 2016, Colorbeam North America offers a unique LED lighting control solution made by integrators for integrators.

Low Voltage LED Manufacturer Colorbeam North America Joins Azione

By CE Pro Editors · August 4, 2016 • Lighting manufacturer Colorbeam sells a tuneable and controllable architectural low-voltage LED lighting system that is managed and powered completely over Cat 5.

Solving LED Lighting Issues with a Simple Cat 5 Cable

By Chelsea Cafiero · July 20, 2016 • Colorbeam offers lighting fixtures with different wattages that work off of a Cat 5 cable and go to a remote driver. The lighting system makes dimming and color temperature easy to manuever.

Colorbeam’s LVDC Lighting System Delivers Power, Control over Single Cat 5 Cable

By Julie Jacobson · May 31, 2016 • Already deployed in commercial spaces, Colorbeam NorthAmerica targets home-technology channel for LVDC lighting, with power and control delivered over a single Cat 5 cable (Julie Jacobson / CE Pro)