Avi-on Lighting Controls working seamlessly with the VHB3 by Vision Engeneering.
Avi-on Lighting Controls in the Wilmington Convention Center
Avi-on Controls is recognized with the ILC Award for Advanced Use of Sensors and Controls .
Avi-on Controls help reduce lighting power by over 90% resulting in a $110,000 rebate.
Avi-on Sensors and Controls expected to help save Morenci, MI Area Schools more than $1 million in energy and operational costs .
Avi-on Controls and remote access result in a 40% reduction of fixtures and significant energy savings.
Freeform in Boise, ID is being recognized under the Advanced Lighting Solutions for Small Buildings and Sustainability in Lighting categories. The project involved a comprehensive redesign of the lighting system, including LED fixtures/retrofit kits, luminaire level lighting controls, motion and photocell sensors, remote access bridge, switches, and individual occupant switches. The project resulted in a 40% reduction in number of fixtures and significant energy savings, in addition to improved lighting uniformity, customization, remote control, and automation capabilities.
• Partnering ILC Supporter: Avi-on Labs
All gray control conductors for 0-10V will change to pink.
Currently, 0-10V dimming uses a gray and violet pair of wires to connect luminaires, drivers, and devices. This color coding will change to a new standard, which will use a pink wire in lieu of the gray wire.