Lighting Controls - GE Lighting - Facility Management Product Release
LightSweep control system consists of modular components that can be reconfigured to fit the needs of the application. Basic low-voltage wiring allows for switching of lighting loads and grouping of lighting circuits for common control, which helps facilitate automation through a timeclock function. The timeclock can be overridden in individual areas. Level 1A of the system allows for relay grouping for common control, a master ON/OFF with individual override, and migration to more complex lighting control systems.
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