2013 WFX New Product Facility Award Winners
WFX New Product Facility Award Winners
WFX New Product Facility Awards nominations were open to companies that have developed new facility products for the church market. The following is a complete list of the 2013 WFX New Products Facility Awards winning companies and their products.
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WFX 2013 Solomon and New Product Awards Nominees
The WFX Awards program celebrates the continual evolution of churches striving to reach people for the God through the buildings and sanctuaries being created today. In addition, the Awards recognize excellence in technology products being applied in the same pursuit to reach people for Christ.
FSR T6 FLEX
The T6 FLEX from FSR is a small, affordable solution that merges a flexible touchscreen control system with an elegant table box. It provides churches varying sizes fingertip control over nearly every aspect of the sanctuary.
Radius Pipe & Drape 2.0
From Radius Display Products, Pipe & Drape 2.0 is a staging product designed to prolong the life of the pipe and of the drape. It replaces the typical “hook and slot” linkage.
The NT-BAC/IP BACnet-IP gateway from Network Thermostat is an installation solution for HVAC control and energy management within worship facilities. The NT-BAC/IP connects directly to any one of four powerful Net/X platforms and translates the information to BACnet/IP, adding BAS support for all Net/X thermostats, remote sensors, and programmable relays.
Haiku Ceiling Fan
The Haiku from The Big Fan Company sports Sensorless Drive Technology, which the manufacturer says delivers an 80 percent energy efficiency over conventional ceiling fan motors. The Haiku also features ten different settings, including the proprietary “Whoosh” mode, a feature that employs an algorithm simulating variations of natural breezes.
Incito, LED downlight
Gotham Incito LED downlights from Acuity Brands offer energy-efficient and reliable downlighting that is ideal for the varying needs of worship facilities. Incito LED downlights combine solid-state efficiency with precise beam spreads, multiple options for light output, and dependable color consistency to handle a wide range of lighting scenarios.