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Emergency Light Control - Cooper Controls - Facility Management Product Release
The Cooper Emergency Power Control (CEPC) for Greengate and iLumin Lighting Control Systems supports switching along with two-, three-, and four-wire dimming. Under normal power conditions, it switches and dims emergency fixtures in tandem with the non-emergency fixtures. When normal power is lost, the CEPC detects the loss and forces the connected emergency fixtures to full on.
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