Lighting Control System - Cooper Lighting - Facility Management Product Release
Room Controller lighting control system incorporates occupancy sensing, daylighting controls, receptacle control, demand response, and manual controls in one system. Controller is pre-programmed with four demand response options, which exceed Title 24 requirements for demand response, according to the company. Receptacle control capabilities ensure non-critical receptacle loads are turned off when the room is not in use. Integral relay allows emergency lights to be dimmed or switched like non-emergency fixtures under normal power conditions.
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