Lighting control system

Lighting control system

Designed to work with standard 0V to 10V dimming ballasts and lamps (GE, OSI, and Philips), the Distributed Lighting Control System (DLCS) saves up to 75% or more on lighting energy costs

Designed to work with standard 0V to 10V dimming ballasts and lamps (GE, OSI, and Philips), the Distributed Lighting Control System (DLCS) saves up to 75% or more on lighting energy costs, according to the company. Comprised of a virtual lighting control panel (laptop, desktop, or smartphone); a VBC100 controller that can control from one to three fixtures; a virtual dimmer; WECC-TALK communication network; a sensor interface module; and photo cells, motion detectors, and optional dimmers as needed, the system controls each light fixture, room, floor, zone, and/or building using the local network. In addition, the product meets Title 24 instant-demand response requirements and provides for dimming, dynamic scheduling, daylight harvesting, lumen maintenance, bulb/ballast fault detection, and on-site or remote aggregate control.

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For more information, visit www.worldenergycontrol.com.

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