Electrical Business

World Energy Control offers distributed lighting control system – DLCS

October 18, 2010
By Anthony Capkun


World Energy Control Corp. (WECC) says its distributed lighting control system (DLCS) is the first of its kind to “significantly reduce energy consumption and save up to 75% or more on lighting energy costs”. The system can work with standard 0-10V dimming ballasts and lamps to offer real-time control of lighting. Consisting of a virtual lighting control panel (laptop, desktop or smartphone), VBC100 controller, virtual dimmer, WECC-TALK communication network, sensor interface module and photo cells, motion detectors and optional dimmers as needed, the DLCS provides “true aggregate control” by controlling each light fixture, room, floor, zone, and/or building using the local network.


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