WattStopper Joins the EnOcean Alliance

Fri, 05/02/2014 - 8:42am
Angelika Dester , EnOcean Alliance

The industry leader launches an innovative occupancy sensor portfolio based upon the global energy harvesting wireless standard.

San Ramon, CA – The EnOcean Alliance has welcomed WattStopper, which has released its self-powered EnOcean-based wireless line of occupancy sensors, switches, and switch receivers targeting market requirements for flexible, easy-to-install, and maintenance-free solutions, particularly for building retrofits. This reinforces WattStopper’s core objective of providing sustainable solutions tailored to specific customer needs.

The EnOcean Alliance is a consortium of more than 350 companies worldwide that develop and promote solutions based on the EnOcean energy harvesting wireless standard. The Alliance ensures the interoperability of over 1,200 EnOcean-based devices and offers its members a platform of vital exchange and partnership.

As a member of the EnOcean Alliance, WattStopper will bring in its comprehensive experience and deep knowledge in energy-saving building projects to the organization’s ecosystem. “Today, lighting control projects require a flexible approach that can easily be adapted to different purposes. The wireless and battery-less characteristics of the EnOcean standard contribute to our high quality products and offer customers a best-in-class solution,” says Carlos Villalobos, Director of Product Marketing, WattStopper.

“WattStopper stands for energy efficient controls. We are excited to see this industry leader expanding its portfolio with the energy harvesting wireless standard,” says Graham Martin, Chairman of the EnOcean Alliance. “WattStopper always bears in mind the user’s needs, thus setting high standards in the building market. The company’s profound experience will bring exciting opportunities to the EnOcean ecosystem.”

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