1 SHADE MOTORS Crestron’s Digital QMT 3 Series and 5 Series shade motors are brushless with solid-state controls and feature a
small diameter, allowing placement in narrower window jambs and shallower pockets. It delivers tremendous torque with virtually silent
operation, powering shades up to 8 ft. wide or as small as 17. 5 in. wide. Both motors are available with Cresnet or wireless infiNET EX
communications. Hardware is available in the company’s Décor and Architectural styles, and the shades can be made from more than
450 fabrics in a range of styles and textures. The Crestron Design Tool (CDT) 2.0 is live, and all Crestron fabrics, hardware, motors and
accessories are integrated into the system to streamline quoting and ordering for residential projects.
2 SMART HOME SYSTEM Lutron Electronics’ Caséta Wireless smart home system provides convenient control of lights, shades
and thermostats from either a remote control or the Lutron App using the Lutron Smart Bridge. The app works with the Nest Learning
Thermostat. Caséta Wireless dimmers and Serena shades can be controlled from Logitech Harmony remote controls or the Harmony
mobile app, AT&T Digital Life and soon through Apple Watch. The Lutron Smart Bridge plugs into a home’s Wi-Fi router.
3 LIGHTING CONTROL Hubbell Lighting’s Beacon Products’ ENERGENI is an easy-to-use platform to control dimming and
automatically dim lights during unoccupied hours. The compact device has two flexible setting options. For systems using a
photocontrol or astronomical time clock, it can be set to dim on a schedule. The second option is dimming based on hours of operation.
It comes with 32 preprogrammed functional settings that can be selected with its five DIP switches. The delay and dimming level
options can be configured and reconfigured in the field without the need for special cables or computers.
4 LIGHTING CONTROL Thomas Research Products’ ZenNet family of self-powered wireless lighting controls use solar cells and small
kinetic energy-harvesting switches. Compact motion sensors and rocker switches pair wirelessly with fixture control relay modules and
communicate using ultra-low-power radio frequency. The system provides a variety of control options to enhance luminaire offerings.
These relays, sensors and switches are designed for a stand-alone room-level setup. They also network to building automation systems,
such as BACnet, through standard gateways.
5 CONTROLLER Honeywell’s Tuxedo Touch touchscreen security and home automation controller serves as the central hub of a
connected home or business, and homeowners can use select voice commands such as “leaving the house” to perform a range of tasks,
including arming security systems, adjusting thermostats, turning lights on or off and locking doors. Other enhancements include the
ability to record video captured by security cameras, remote-upgradable software and support for higher resolution cameras using
H.264 and ONVIF protocols.
6 CONTROLLER Leviton’s integrated room control combines single room occupancy sensing, daylight harvesting, 0–10V dimming,
partial on/partial off and demand-response capabilities into a single package. It features several methods of ladderless commissioning,
including the AutoCal feature, which automatically sets the maximum light output levels and calculates light-loss factor for accurate
lumen maintenance. It ships as either a custom kit or a complete kit with a factory-configured occupancy sensor, photocell and four-button switch (which provides on, raise, lower and off functionality).
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