Lighting Controls Association Welcomes Two New Members: Casambi and LiteTrace


October 11, 2022

The Lighting Controls Association (LCA) has announced that Casambi, Inc., and LiteTrace, Inc., have joined its membership.

Since its founding in 2011, Casambi, Inc. has established itself as a leading producer of wireless lighting control systems, using technology based on Bluetooth Low Energy. With devices available from the company and its partners, Casambi’s technology can support lighting control solutions ranging from individual luminaire control to industrial-scale Cloud-based remote control fully featured with monitoring and data logging.

For more information about Casambi, visit

Founded in 2014, based on the transformative potential of Bluetooth® technology, LiteTrace provides software services and a complete package of wireless smart luminaire sensors, controllers, switches, drivers, and gateways. LiteTrace was one of the first to have products listed on the DesignLights Consortium’s Qualified Products List for Networked Lighting Controls V5.

LiteTrace’s Keilton brand of Bluetooth® sensors, controllers, drivers, gateways, and software is a leading wireless control solution for facility managers, installers, specifiers, retrofitters and ESCOs. LiteTrace also provides luminaire level lighting control solutions and Bluetooth wireless control components as an OEM provider to many leading luminaire manufacturers in North America.

For more information about LiteTrace, visit





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