1/23/13 - Micro6 provides high efficacy LED or supremely efficient T5 lighting for 6” wide contemporary architectural ceiling systems, standard T-bar, or hard lid installations. Attractive narrow aperture lighting with effective output, the Micro6 offers 4 LED lumen packages, 6 fluorescent lumen packages, two lens options and either flush or regressed lens position. Micro6 is appropriate for new or retrofit installations in office, education, health care, corridors, open areas, airport, lobby and retail environments. See the products!
8/30/12 - Daylight Harvesting just got easier. This sensor guide provides 5 simple steps to selecting factory installed daylight sensors for Alera Lighting suspended architectural products. Open loop and closed loop sensor types are explained and illustrated in layman’s terms. State and National code map is provided. Sensor technical details are placed at the back of the brochure for a quick reference if desired. See the products!
5/15/12 - Alera Lighting rolls out a new radial shielding family designed for its center optic curvature suspended lighting system. Available for shipment within 10 business days as part of Alera Express, the new Curv lenses and shieldings feature a modern aesthetic in a variety of designs. The Curv radial baffle option employs either solid radial blades or contemporary light-infused perforated baffles to illuminate a variety of workplace, educational, and healthcare environments. Read More!
2/8/12 - Christ Church Episcopal School (CCES) is a K-12 private school in South Carolina which offers outstanding academic programs, comprehensive athletics, and vibrant arts. CCES is forward thinking and includes a campus where many classrooms have daylight and views of a lovely wooded surround. An A+CLASS system was installed in a functioning classroom to demonstrate energy reduction plus improvement to the learning environment. Read More!
8/27/10 - From K-12 to higher education facilities, schools have a myriad of functions requiring different lighting solutions. The new site features some of the many Hubbell solutions for indoor, outdoor, sports, lighting control, life safety, and retrofit/upgrade applications for the education market. Visit the site today!
6/22/10 - A+CLASS™ , the classroom energy management system consisting of high performance lighting and controls from a single source has received a selection in the 2010 IES Progress Report. The IES Progress Report reviewed 214 submittals that lighting companies felt "advanced the art and science of lighting". Hubbell achieved 12 acceptances into the 2010 report, more than any other fixture manufacturer.
1/29/10 - A+CLASS is a classroom energy management system consisting of high performance lighting and controls from a single source. Each classroom receives lighting for both general and audio visual teaching plus simple, intuitive controls for energy reduction. A+CLASS features both portable commissioning templates and e-commissioning to an SD card for system upload. Packages available for LEED and CHPS points. Patent Pending.
9/8/08 - We now offer two new options for Plank. The 1” cell louver (LD) with low-iridescent, semi-specular finish is suitable for low glare with high performance downlighting needs. The “Center Lamp Cover” (CLC) directs 100% of the center lamp down. This would be a benefit in school designs for multi-purpose lighting needs. These covers can be customized to meet your lighting design requirements. Both the “LD” and “CLC” options are available on the suspended, standard Plank products (PLK).
7/1/08 - Microlyne® Rectilinear Family, the largest product launch in Alera history, is here. The Microlyne™ family includes 3.5" and 2.5" aperture products with an abundant selection of distribution types, mounting styles, features, options and configurations. Aesthetic continuity is maintained across the entire Microlyne® family through the use of visually consistent shielding selections.
3/4/08 - Hubbell Lighting Headquarters is featured in illuminate – a supplement to Architectural Products magazine Jan/Feb Issue. Read the article (PDF 888kB).