WattStopper, Santa Clara, Calif., launched an enhanced website to streamline the user experience, including quicker access to valuable resources and improved search capabilities. Visitors will find aspects of the previous award-winning design, but will appreciate simplified navigation with the most visited pages organized into fewer main areas, the company said. Additional improvements include more paths to quickly access technical content from CAD drawings and BIM objects to cut sheets, specifications and installation instructions. The new site also improves searches of resources, including documents and a growing library of videos. WattStopper's popular interactive design tools and educational content are also linked to more pages than ever before.

Recently, WattStopper introduced many of its educational resources as interactive online tools. Design tools including Control Six and DLM Best Practice Solutions allow users to input project criteria and download resulting data on product recommendations complete with wiring diagrams, bills of materials and more. WattStopper's Training Center now includes an eCampus online learning center. These new tools complement a complete library of digital product documentation, providing a single online destination designed to help visitors learn about the latest energy codes and select and implement the best energy efficient controls.