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Apr 6, 2021
Digital Lumens is announcing a new lighting control capability in SiteWorx Tune – Coordinated Control. Coordinated Control is a lighting control strategy that allows a user to select multiple luminaires to operate together in unison, based on a single luminaire detecting occupancy. This allows for more flexibility in lighting behavior and maximizes safety and security…
Dec 18, 2020
Digital Lumens is announcing many new features in the SiteWorx application suite that give users more ways to meet their sustainability goals, manage facility costs, avoid equipment downtime, and ensure safe and productive working conditions for employees. The following is an overview of the new features now available in the SiteWorx application suite: SiteWorx Help…
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Dec 9, 2020
How Intelligent Lighting Solutions in Buildings Can Contribute to the Fight Against the Coronavirus Pandemic
It’s six o’clock in the morning. Another bus stops in front of the OSRAM plant in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, and more employees on the early shift get out. A line of workers is already forming at the entrance. Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic a few months ago, they need a little longer in the…
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Customer Success Stories
Our customers rely on us to make their facilities smarter, more efficient, safer, and more sustainable. But the specific details vary from site to site, since every facility is different. Every customer has a story to tell. Here are just some of them — intended to inform and inspire.
Creation Technologies reduced their lighting energy use/costs by 52% and reduced thermal chamber power consumption by 12%
Digital Lumens deployed advanced lighting strategies such as task tuning, progressive dimming, and daylight harvesting at the facility.
Coca-Cola European Partner selected Digital Lumens intelligent LED luminaires that contain smart sensors.
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Taking advantage of commercial lighting incentives that may be available in your state on new construction or retrofit projects can significantly offset the initial costs of a lighting project.
The Digital Lumens SiteWorx Tune lighting system application, with fully integrated energy-saving controls, fully supports the California Energy Commission’s Title 24 standards. There is no better solution for ensuring that your existing building or new construction project is in line with California’s long-term energy efficiency strategy.
Digital Lumens, Inc. (“Digital Lumens”) warrants that its luminaire, hardware and accessory products (“Products”) will be free from defects in material and workmanship and operate according to published specifications for the applicable warranty period, subject to the following conditions. The warranty period commences on the date of shipment (or date of manufacture if shipment date is not known or available or verifiable). If a Product fails to operate properly during the warranty period, Digital Lumens will, at its option, repair the Product, replace the Product with the same or similar product at no charge, or offer a credit of the purchase price pro-rated according to the remaining warranty period. Labor costs for replacement of defective Products are not included. Products may be repaired with new or reconditioned components. Repaired or replaced Products are only warranted for the remaining portion of the original warranty period:
|Products (Purchased on or after October 1, 2019)||Warranty Period|
|LightRules® & SiteWorx® Network Gateway||Five Years|
|Digital Light Agent controls||Five Years|
|Battery Backup Unit (BBD43 & BBDCLE)||Five Years|
|HLE luminaire family||Ten Years|
|ILE luminaire family||Ten Years|
|DLE luminaire family, excluding Battery Backup Units||Ten Years|
|LLE luminaire family||Ten Years|
|CLE luminaire family, excluding Battery Backup Units||Ten Years|
|RLE luminaire family, excluding Battery Backup Units||Ten Years|
Warranties for third party components, meaning any non-Digital Lumens branded components that may be supplied with Products, are provided by the third party manufacturer. Digital Lumens will pass through all published manufacturers’ warranties.
Battery Backup Units will only be considered defective only if it fails to operate for the full 90 minutes (UL units), or 180 minutes (CE units), during required annual testing. The Battery Backup Unit must be installed on a compatible fixture and continuously powered within ninety 90 days of the date of shipment from Digital Lumens, and the unit may not be exposed to excessive full charge depletion cycles.
LightRules and SiteWorx Network Gateways carry a standard five year warranty when purchased as a standalone hardware device. SiteWorx Network Gateways provided through the purchase of a SiteWorx subscription are warranted for as long as there is an active subscription.
For luminaire Products, a reduction in light output is only considered a defect if 10% or more of the individual light emitting diodes fail to illuminate.
Products must be:
- Properly stored prior to installation, and maintained after installation.
- Properly wired and installed according to applicable standards, code or instructions (including the latest National Electrical Code, the Standards for Safety of Underwriters Laboratory, the American National Standards Institute and the Canadian Standards Association).
- Used with compatible devices and accessories.
- Used in applications and environmental conditions within Product specifications.
- Operated at rated voltage or current.
This warranty excludes coverage for defects arising from: abnormal use or stress (e.g. excessive operating temperatures, under/over voltage or current, power surges, improper installation or programming); unauthorized modifications; or exposure to corrosive environments and substances (e.g. sulfur, chlorine, petroleum-based solutions, or other contaminants).
Replacement of Digital Lumens components with non-approved components of other manufacturers will void the warranty.
Energy savings, if any, will vary depending on factors such as site conditions, utility rates, selected components and system configuration. Any rebate, incentive or cost reduction that may be available from third parties is outside the control of Digital Lumens.
All warranty returns must have a Return Material Authorization (RMA). After receiving a Return Material Authorization, Customer must return the Product to Digital Lumens at customer’s expense according to the shipping instructions provided. Digital Lumens will examine the returned Product to determine the cause of failure and whether the Product is defective and covered under this warranty.
The limited warranty provided above is the exclusive warranty for the Products. Digital Lumens disclaims all other statutory, express, or implied warranties, including any warranty of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose or non-infringement.
To the extent permitted by law, Digital Lumens will not be liable for any incidental, special or consequential damages, including lost business or revenues, under any theory or claim, arising out of the purchase and use of the Products. Some jurisdictions do not allow exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so these limitations may not apply to you.
For warranty service claims, please contact Digital Lumens Support:
Tel: (617) 723-1200
Digital Lumens, Inc.
374 Congress St., Suite 600
Boston, MA 02210
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Digital Lumens, the Digital Lumens logo, We Generate Facility Wellness, SiteWorx, LightRules, and Lightelligence, and any other trademark, service mark, or tradename (collectively “the Marks”) are either trademarks or registered trademarks of Digital Lumens, Inc. in the United States and/or other countries, or remain the property of their respective owners that have granted Digital Lumens, Inc. the right and license to use such Marks and/or are used herein as nominative fair use.
Due to continuous improvements and innovations, specifications may change without notice.
Standard Terms and Conditions of Sale
These standard terms and conditions of sale (“Terms and Conditions”) apply to any and all orders placed by purchaser (“Purchaser”) for purchases of products or services (together, “Product”) from and after November 1, 2013 from Digital Lumens (“Manufacturer”), whether or not such purchase is subject to a signed purchase order, distribution or other agreement between Manufacturer and Purchaser. These Terms and Conditions may be updated by Manufacturer from time to time. Ordering Product from Manufacturer constitutes acceptance of the terms set forth herein, as such terms may have been updated through the date of such order. Any different, conflicting or additional terms in any purchase order or other writing from Purchaser are hereby expressly objected to and rejected and shall be of no force or effect. Course of performance or usage of trade shall not be applied to modify these Terms and Conditions.
Orders; Changes and Cancellations
All orders must be placed in writing and delivered directly to Manufacturer from the entity that will be liable for the payment of the order. Verbal orders or orders through a third party will not be accepted. No order is final as to Manufacturer until accepted by Manufacturer. After acceptance, requests to cancel or change orders must be submitted in writing to Manufacturer a minimum of two weeks prior to the scheduled shipping date. All requests are reviewed for approval before processing and are subject to any and all costs incurred by Manufacturer from such cancellation or change including, without limitation, costs for work performed and / or materials purchased by Manufacturer for Product.
All prices represent those in effect at the time of quotation and are subject to change without notice. Unless prices are quoted as “firm” by an officer of Manufacturer, Manufacturer reserves the right to invoice prices in effect at the date of shipment, regardless of any prior quote and regardless of whether notice was received by Purchaser.
Any catalog, price sheet or other similar documentation prepared by Manufacturer is strictly for the convenience of the user and shall not be deemed as an offer to sell. Manufacturer believes such documentation is complete and accurate at time of printing, but does not warrant they are error free. Catalogs or price sheets are not offers to sell and possession of them does not entitle one to purchase Product from Manufacturer.
Terms of Payment
Unless otherwise stated in Manufacturer’s invoice or agreed to in writing by the parties, terms of payment for orders will be net thirty (30) days from date of invoice. The terms of payment are subject to review of Purchaser’s credit by Manufacturer. Manufacturer shall have the right, at any time and from time to time, to require cash payments in advance or a letter of credit or other assurance of payment satisfactory to Manufacturer as a condition to acceptance of any order or shipment of any Product. Unless otherwise agreed to by Manufacturer, payment shall be by check to be drawn on Purchaser’s corporate account, by wire transfer to Manufacturer’s account at a commercial bank designated by Manufacturer, or by Manufacturer’s draw upon a letter of credit satisfactory in form and substance to Manufacturer. All payments by Purchaser shall be made in United States Dollars and shall be paid fully net, without set-off, deduction or counterclaim.
Taxes and Governmental Charges
Prices do not include any taxes or other governmental charges, including, without limitation, value-added, sales, use or privileges taxes, required governmental withholdings or excise or similar taxes levied by any government, now or hereafter enacted. In Manufacturer’s discretion, any such taxes, charges or withholdings may be added to the price for any Product or may be billed separately. Purchaser will pay all such taxes and charges, on or before their due dates. In the event Manufacturer is required at any time to pay any such tax or charge, Purchaser will reimburse Manufacturer promptly on demand.
Late Charges; Costs
If Purchaser fails to pay any amount due to Manufacturer promptly when due, Manufacturer may recover, in addition to the price of payment, interest thereon at a rate equal to the lesser of 1-1/2% per month and the maximum rate of interest allowable under applicable law and Purchaser shall be liable for all costs and expenses, including reasonable attorneys’ fees, incurred by Manufacturer in collecting or attempting to collect any and all overdue accounts.
Shipment, Delivery, and Title
Product will be tendered and shipped F.O.B. Manufacturer’s plant or warehouse. The title and risk of loss or damage to Product pass to Purchaser upon Manufacturer’s delivery to initial carrier. Manufacturer will select such carrier and ship Product freight prepaid and added to the price of the relevant Product. Manufacturer may, in its discretion, choose to make partial shipments and shall bill each shipment as it is made, but on terms applicable to the complete order. Upon request, Manufacturer will drop-ship individual orders of $10,000 or more to any one destination within the continental United States. Manufacturer may, at its discretion, offer freight allowances for orders in excess of certain set prices and/or for orders shipped outside the continental United States. Purchaser shall contact Manufacturer for the applicable terms and conditions of any freight allowances offered by Manufacturer. Where Manufacturer provides such an allowance to Purchaser, Manufacturer will use its own discretion in routing the shipment. If a more expensive means of transportation is specified by Purchaser, Purchaser assumes all extra transportation costs. Delivery dates of all shipments are estimated and are not guaranteed. Manufacturer assumes no liability in connection with any delay in delivery.
Postponement of deliveries at Purchaser’s request, if for a period of more than ten (10) days, will not be permitted unless prior approval is given by an authorized officer of Manufacturer.
Purchaser shall pay any detention, storage, handling or auxiliary charges assessed by carriers or warehousemen resulting from Purchaser’s requirements for special service or Purchaser’s failure to accept delivery in a timely manner.
Product will be deemed to have been accepted by Purchaser upon delivery of said Product to Purchaser. Purchaser has seven (7) days following delivery to perform all necessary tests and inspections and report any discrepancy in shipment quantity, after which time Purchaser will be deemed to have irrevocably accepted the Product.
Manufacturer assumes no liability in connection with any failure to manufacture or deliver due to causes beyond Manufacturer’s reasonable control including inadequate transportation services, inability to secure raw materials, components or supplies, acts of God, fire, strikes, lockouts, or other labor disturbances, orders or acts of authority, or any cause of similar or different kind.
For Warranty information pertaining to the CLE, Digital Light Agents (DLAs) or Battery Backup (BBD43) products, please refer to the Five-Year Warranty Statement.
For Warranty information pertaining to the ILE, HLE, DLE, and LLE products, please refer to the Ten-Year Warranty Statement.
Export; Compliance with Laws
Purchaser shall comply with all applicable laws, including, without limitation, export control laws and applicable regulations which may be issued from time to time concerning the exporting, importing and re-exporting of Manufacturer’s Product and the direct products thereof. Purchaser acknowledges that shipments of Manufacturer’s Product are subject to the export laws of the United States and such laws could delay or preclude delivery of Manufacturer’s Product in the future. Purchaser shall also comply with the United States Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, and shall indemnify Manufacturer for any failure to comply or violation of such Act by Purchaser. Purchaser shall, at its sole cost and expense, obtain and maintain in effect all permits, licenses and other consents necessary to the conduct of its activities hereunder.
Purchaser shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless Manufacturer and its officers, directors, agents, employees, affiliates, successors, and assigns from and against all losses, liabilities, costs and expenses arising out of or in connection with any claim by third parties for any loss, damage or injury or death caused or alleged to be caused by: (a) the negligent use, application, or installation of Product by Purchaser or its employees, partners to whom Purchaser sold Product, contractors, agents or affiliates, (collectively, “Purchaser Parties”); or (b) the modification of Product or integration of Product into other products by any of the Purchaser Parties unless authorized in writing by Manufacturer. Purchaser shall not join, settle or otherwise attempt to affect or dispose of any such claim without Manufacturer’s written consent.
Manufacturer shall defend any suit or proceeding brought against Purchaser based on a claim that the manufacture and sale of a Product, or any part thereof, constitutes infringement of any patent of the United States, if notified promptly in writing and given authority, information and assistance (at Manufacturer’s expense) for defense of same, and Manufacturer shall pay damages or costs awarded therein against Purchaser.
The use of such Product by Purchaser is beyond the control of Manufacturer and Manufacturer has no obligation or liability whatsoever in connection with any suit claiming infringement by reason of the use of the Product.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, with respect to all Product manufactured by Manufacturer, either in whole or in part, to Purchaser’s designs, specifications or instructions, Purchaser shall defend and hold harmless Manufacturer from all liability, loss, cost and expense (including attorney’s fees) resulting from claims of alleged infringement of patents, designs, copyrights, trademarks, and other proprietary rights.
Any software included with a Product, is licensed and not sold. The license is nonexclusive and is limited to use with the Product. No other use is permitted and Manufacturer retains for itself (or, if applicable, its suppliers) all title and ownership to any software delivered hereunder, all of which contains confidential and proprietary information and which ownership includes, without limitation, all rights in patents, copyrights, trademarks and trade secrets. Purchaser shall not sell, transfer, sublicense, reverse engineer or disassemble or redistribute the software. Purchaser shall not copy, disclose, or display any such software or otherwise make it available to others. All terms including, but not limited to licenses, usage, restrictions, and warranties to the Software and the associated Documentation is governed by the Digital Lumens End User Software License Agreement.
The law applicable to sales in the United States under these Terms and Conditions shall be Article 2 of the Uniform Commercial Code as applicable to the state of destination. The United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sales of Goods is hereby excluded and shall not apply.