Watt Stopper/Legrand Launches E-Book Catalog

To meet growing demand for online information, Watt Stopper/Legrand, Santa Clara, Calif., has created an e-book showcasing its 2007/2008 Product Selection Guide. The e-book format gives customers quick and easy access to comprehensive information about energy-saving lighting controls. Specifiers, contractors and others are encouraged to tap this new resource for design and application guidelines as well as data on Watt Stopper/Legrand's full line of products including occupancy sensors, lighting control panels, daylighting controls and more.

The e-book format provides faster access to a large volume of information than alternatives like Web pages or downloadable PDF files. Navigation is simple and each catalog section can be immediately accessed by clicking a labeled tab. Links are provided from each section's table of contents to specific pages, but pages can also be turned just as they would using a printed book. The e-book is searchable, and customization options include the ability to create bookmarks and sticky notes. Selected pages of the e-Book may be printed and will appear as standard catalog pages rather than looking like a browser window. Readers wishing to share information can send colleagues a link to the whole publication or to a specific page within the e-Book. Users who prefer to work offline may download the document.

Watt Stopper/Legrand's Product Selection Guide is also available in traditional printed form.

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