Hubbell Lighting adds dimmers to WASP2 Sensors
Hubbell Lighting has added dimming capabilities to its Hubbell Building Automation WASP2 Occupancy and Daylight Sensor.
The Dimming WASP is suitable for indoor and outdoor use and provides 0-10V (Class 1) output for the control of dimmable fixtures. Users can control lighting levels themselves; meanwhile, the ON/OFF control feature automatically turns the fixture off when it senses sufficient natural light. Users can also pre-set unoccupied and occupied dimming levels.
Additionally, interchangeable twist-on lenses eliminate the need for field masking, and the gasketed design resists dust and water.
Customers can choose from end-mount and surface-mount, as well as line and low voltage. Mounting heights range from 16 ft. indoors to 30 to 40 ft. outdoors.
AAON receives 2013 Employer Award of Excellence
AAON Coil Products received the Employer Award of Excellence for the Workforce Solutions East Texas area at the 17th Annual Texas Workforce Conference.
Longview, Texas-based AAON Coil Products is a subsidiary of AAON, which manufactures heating and cooling products.
AAON’s East Texas facility has more than 300 employees and has been an active participant in the WorkKeys initiative for the East Texas board.
Held Dec. 4-6 in San Antonio, the conference is organized by the Texas Workforce Commission to recognize employers with a positive community impact and active involvement with their local workforce boards.
"The partnerships between our employers and our local workforce boards are so important in continuing to develop a skilled, well-trained workforce in Texas," said TWC Commissioner Representing Employers Hope Andrade. "I congratulate AAON Coil Products and Workforce Solutions East Texas for providing a great example of the power of those partnerships."
AAON Coil Products was also honored as the 2013 Manufacturer of the Year by the Longview Chamber of Commerce. The award will be presented at the chamber’s Annual Banquet on Jan. 14.
Seasonal Specialties recalls pre-lit Christmas trees
Seasonal Specialties is recalling approximately 1,800 units of pre-lit Christmas trees that were sold exclusively at Menards between September and November 2013.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission cited fire, burn and shock hazards due to a tendency for the tree’s electrical components to overheat and melt.
Menards has received two reports of overheating, melting or smoking, though no injuries have been reported.
The product in question — Twinkling Pine, sold under the Enchanted Forrest brand — measures approximately 7.5 feet tall.