An old-line Connecticut company is trying to turn out the lights on a California corporation that sells sensors designed to decrease electricity use by turning off lights when rooms are vacant.

Hubbell Inc., based in Orange, Conn., filed a lawsuit recently in the Western District of Texas against The Watt Stopper Inc. claiming that the Santa Clara-based company has infringed on eight patents owned by Hubbell Inc.

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