Legrand adds IP-based wireless lighting controls

Peter Saunders
May 15, 2019
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Legrand adds IP-based wireless lighting controls
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May 15, 2019 – Legrand has introduced its Wattstopper wireless digital lighting management (DLM) system, comprising a variety of IPv6 mesh-based wireless control products.

Building on Legrand’s earlier wired DLM system, the new line includes dimming room controllers and wall switches, ceiling- and corner-mounted passive infrared (PIR) occupancy sensors, digital photosensors and five-button scene switches. This hardware is complemented by a DLM configuration app for Bluetooth-based commissioning and a new version of Wattstopper LMCS software for project design and advanced programming.

Rounding out the offering are enhanced versions of wireless bridge and border router products. DLM Dashboard software will be available soon for maintenance, monitoring and control of networked systems.

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