Lighting Control System - Philips Lighting - Facility Management Product Release
OccuSwitch Lightmanager system uses an integrated suite of wireless components to manage an intelligent lighting control system. Switches, sensors, and controllers communicate with each other wirelessly to carry out control strategies to either individual circuits, building-wide systems, or across an enterprise. Control strategies can be managed through a Web-based application that can be accessed through any Web browser. System supports multiple control strategies with either manual or automated execution.
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