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Lothar E S Budike Jr: Modular wireless lighting control system using a common ballast control interface. McKenna Long & Aldridge, October 12, 2010: US07812543 (46 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a modular lighting system that incorporates wireless technology and a standard interface. The lighting system may be installed in new buildings or retrofitted into existing buildings in such a way that provides many lighting configurations and programmability options while minimizing th ...


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Benjamin A Johnson, Justin Mierta, Brian Michael Courtney, Lawrence R Carmen Jr, Daniel Curtis Raneri: Procedure for addressing remotely-located radio frequency components of a control system. Lutron Electronics Co, Ostrolenk Faber, July 13, 2010: US07755505 (40 worldwide citation)

A wireless lighting control system has a plurality of control devices, some of which may be remotely-located. Each of the control devices is operable to be coupled to a source of power and to be assigned a unique device address. To assign a unique address to the control devices that are remotely-loc ...


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James P Steiner, Greg Edward Sloan: Method of calibrating a daylight sensor. Lutron Electronics Co, Mark E Rose, Philip N Smith, Bridget L McDonough, April 2, 2013: US08410706 (40 worldwide citation)

A wireless lighting control system comprises a daylight sensor for measuring a light intensity in a space and a dimmer switch for controlling the amount of power delivered to a lighting load in response to the daylight sensor. For example, the daylight sensor may be able to transmit radio-frequency ...


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Ling Wang: Master-slave oriented two-way rf wireless lighting control system. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, Ling Wang, KONINKLIJKE PHILIPS ELECTRONICS, March 18, 2004: WO/2004/023849 (37 worldwide citation)

A lighting control system network and method of providing same including a remote control unit having a RF signal transmitter and a RF receiver and a number of lighting control units, each of the lighting control units having a RF signal transmitter, a RF receiver, and a lighting unit associated the ...


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Swapnil Bora, Corey Egan: Wireless lighting control system. Ilumi Solutions, Daniel J Chalker, Chalker Flores, June 3, 2014: US08742694 (28 worldwide citation)

A lighting device includes a DC/DC power converter, a controller/processor electrically connected to the DC/DC power converter, a light emitting diode (LED) current control circuit communicably coupled to the controller/processor and electrically connected to the DC/DC power converter, and two or mo ...


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BORA Swapnil, EGAN Corey: SYSTÈME DE COMMANDE DÉCLAIRAGE SANS FIL, WIRELESS LIGHTING CONTROL SYSTEM. BORA Swapnil, EGAN Corey, CHALKER Daniel J, October 26, 2012: WO/2012/145766 (17 worldwide citation)

A lighting device includes a DC/DC power converter, a controller/processor electrically connected to the DC/DC power converter, a light emitting diode (LED) current control circuit communicably coupled to the controller/processor and electrically connected to the DC/DC power converter, and two or mo ...


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Swapnil Bora, Corey Egan: Wireless lighting control system. ILUMI SOLUTIONS, Daniel J Chalker, Edwin S Flores, Chalker Flores, March 22, 2016: US09295144 (16 worldwide citation)

A lighting device includes a AC/DC or DC/DC power converter, a controller/processor electrically connected to the AC/DC or DC/DC power converter, a light emitting diode (LED) current control circuit communicably coupled to the controller/processor and electrically connected to the AC/DC or DC/DC pow ...


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Brian P Platner, William J Fassbender, Ryan A Zaveruha, Frank J Ramirez, Philip S Gross, Raymond A Frigon: Networked, wireless lighting control system with distributed intelligence. ABL IP Holding, Dugan & Dugan PC, Garry J Tuma, May 20, 2014: US08731689 (14 worldwide citation)

A programmable lighting control system integrates time-based, sensor-based, and manual control of lighting and other loads. The system includes one or more groups of controlled lighting areas, which may be, for example, floors of a building. Each group may have one or more lighting zones, which may ...


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Michael V Recker, David B Levine: Cloud connected motion sensor lighting grid. Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner, May 16, 2017: US09655217 (14 worldwide citation)

A cloud connected motion sensor lighting grid may include a wireless lighting network of coordinated lighting devices and a bridge to provide connectivity to external devices such as a cell phone, home automation system or security system. The cloud connected motion sensor lighting grid may be imple ...


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Swapnil Bora, Corey Egan: Wireless lighting control system. iLumi Solutions, Daniel J Chalker, Chalker Flores, December 30, 2014: US08922126 (7 worldwide citation)

A lighting device includes a DC/DC power converter, a controller/processor electrically connected to the DC/DC power converter, a light emitting diode (LED) current control circuit communicably coupled to the controller/processor and electrically connected to the DC/DC power converter, and two or mo ...