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Hubbell Building Automation, Inc. joins Lighting Controls Association

July 1, 2009
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ROSSLYN, VIRGINIA, February 9, 2008 - The Lighting Controls Association (LCA), a consortium of lighting control manufacturers dedicated to educating the public about lighting control design and technology, has announced that Hubbell Building Automation, Inc. (HBA) has joined as a new member.

Hubbell Building Automation, headquartered in Austin, TX and a subsidiary of Hubbell Incorporated, is a manufacturer of a wide range of lighting controls such as networked control systems, occupancy sensors, daylighting controls and hi-bay controls.

From the industry’s first self-adapting occupancy sensor to the introduction of the LX Series of networked lighting control products, Hubbell Building Automation has demonstrated leadership in the lighting controls industry.

Lighting Controls Association members include leaders in the manufacture of lighting automation and controllable ballasts: Cooper Controls, DELTA Controls, Encelium Technologies, Hubbell Building Automation, HUNT Dimming, Leviton Manufacturing, Lithonia Lighting, Lightolier Controls, Lightronics, Lutron Electronics, OSRAM Sylvania, Philips Lighting Electronics, Sensor Switch, Square D, Watt Stopper/Legrand, Tridonic, and Universal Lighting Technologies.
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