LumaStream and Vantage Collaborate to Create Tunable White LED Lighting System

By CE Pro Editors · September 7, 2018 • 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.

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.

Legrand Talks Home Builders, Hot Amenities, Eliot IoT Program

By Jason Knott · May 23, 2018 • Fritz Werder, Vice President & General Manager, Nuvo/On-Q at Legrand sat down with CE Pro to discuss what's trending with Millennials and other homebuyers, why integrators are key to upselling lighting, how the company's brands align, and Vantage's role in particular.

JJ Orion Provides Elan Home Automation System for Wounded War Hero

By CE Pro Editors · November 10, 2017 • 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 100 Names Top Lighting Control Brands

By Robert Archer · June 13, 2017 • Lutron and Control4 remain the top brands in lighting control, followed by Crestron, Vantage and Savant, which made slight gains. Check out the complete list in our 2017 Brand Analysis.

#FBF: Rabbi’s Home Gets Smart Lighting for Shabbat

By Jason Knott · April 6, 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.

Why Crestron’s New Fee for Lutron and Vantage Integration Makes Sense

By Julie Jacobson · March 3, 2017 • Here's how hard Crestron works to fix building- and home-automation problems with third-party subsystems.

Crestron Imposes $500 ‘Lutron Tax’ on Integration

By Julie Jacobson · March 3, 2017 • In the interest of 'user experience,' if Crestron dealers want to integrate with Lutron or Vantage lighting controls, they must pay $500 for a license. (Julie Jacobson / CE Pro)

Legrand’s Vantage, QMotion Integration on Display at ISE 2017

By CE Pro Editors · February 2, 2017 • Legrand shows new products from Vantage Controls and QMotion as well as lighting and shading integration via DesignCenter 3.7 software at ISE 2017 in Amsterdam.

Legrand’s Vantage & QMotion Brands Integrate via DesignCenter 3.7

By Robert Archer · October 27, 2016 • Through Legrand's Design Center 3.7, dealers can easily specify, install and program state-of-the-art lighting control systems.

One Button Turns On Entire Outdoor Entertainment Space

By Chelsea Cafiero · October 26, 2016 • This homeowner, a lighting specifier, knew exactly how he wanted lighting control to be added to his home. Outside, lights, music, even fireplaces turn on at the press of a button.

One DIY-er Leans on Home Automation for Fully Integrated Event Space

By CE Pro Editors · October 12, 2016 • This homeowner was a DIY electronics tinkerer before learning how an ELAN home automation system could control his entertainment, security, lighting, pool and climate at once.

CEDIA Tease: Legrand Highlights Vantage, QMotion Synergies

By CE Pro Editors · August 31, 2016 • Lighting control provider Vantage will yield system design, programming and installation benefits for inclusion of QMotion motorized shade within automation projects as one of the perks from last year's acquisition.

Legrand Announces Installer Training Sessions at CEDIA 2016

By CE Pro Editors · August 9, 2016 • Legrand training courses will include product lines and brands including Luxul, Nuvo, On-Q, QMotion and Vantage.

Legrand Unveils New Two-Button Wireless Vantage Keypad

By CE Pro Editors · June 22, 2016 • Vantage RadioLink EasyTouch II keypad is meant for transition areas such as corridors and hallways in modern luxury homes, hotels, and offices. Its wireless two-way communication protocol synchronizes on/off and ramp up/down of lighting loads, and it has farther keypad-to-controller communication distance.

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