The Verve Vacancy Sensor makes additional energy savings possible by automatically shutting off lights in unoccupied areas. The Verve sensor combines photovoltaic and radio frequency technologies for wireless and battery-less operation. This distinctive design makes installation easier and virtually maintenance free.
Unlike conventional switches, Verve switches utilize energy harvesting, radio frequency technologies to control lighting, receptacles and temperature. The simple act of turning a switch on or off generates enough energy to transmit radio signals to the 10-channel controller across distances as great as 300 feet.
By applying energy-harvesting, radio frequency technologies to heating and cooling controls (HVAC) the Verve thermostat enables wireless temperature control. Designed with energy savings in mind, the Verve thermostat integrates with the Verve lighting control systems for single switch control of...
The Verve 10-channel controller is designed for quick and easy programming of receptacles and wide variety of lighting functions that range form on/off and timing to pathways and scenes. Each Verve controller is hardwired to line voltage and controls up to 10 light, fan and receptacle loads.
LEDs are the new, hot item on the shelf, and everyone wants to use them, but often they don't know how. LEDs are good for general illumination, but at times the light is more intense than needed or desired, but they can be dimmed with the right technology.
Save money with GE compact fluorescent lamps. These CFLs offer many advantages including energy cost savings over standard incandescent lights. GE CFLs also last up to 8-10 times longer than standard bulbs.
Compact fluorescent lamps use less energy and last 8-10 times longer than standard incandescent bulbs. Whether you have a wall mounted or tabletop dimmer, use this chart to help you select the correct dimmable CFL.
There are many no-cost, low-cost tips that are easy to implement and can help you save on your energy costs. Investing in additional insulation can conserve energy and save you money on heating and cooling costs for years to come.