Electrical Business

WattStopper Digital Lighting Management adds connectivity

June 1, 2010


Network capability has been added to WattStopper’s Digital Lighting Management (DLM) lighting control product, allowing for the remote management of lighting throughout a floor, building or an entire campus. This expansion includes two new digital photosensors for automatic switching or dimming of up to three zones in daylit areas, alongside new DLM lighting control panels and dimming features for DLM wall switches. The open network is “easy to implement” and the design “minimizes setup time”, says the company, while ensuring the network will continue to operate even when the connection is disrupted. The system can also add existing DLM building networks without extra wiring and can address BACnet objects.


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