With these programmable controllers users can set the light level by timeslots, and can link individual lights to motion sensors and light sensors as required for added flexibility. They can be used in indoor or outdoor applications where they can offer incremental power savings of up to 70%. The ZCM-C controller can also be used to retrofit existing lighting based on fluorescent, high intensity discharge or other legacy technologies.
Wireless mesh networking allows operation over a wide area while minimizing power consumption, and completely eliminates the need for control wiring which can otherwise be a barrier to upgrading existing installations. The ZCM-C interfaces to the driver or lighting ballast via an industry-standard 0-10V dimming signal, and includes a switched output to allow control of the AC power to the light fixture. The modules are self-powered from wide range AC input and provide a low voltage auxiliary output for use with motion sensors, light sensors or other equipment.
A key benefit of the ZCM-C is its “set-and-forget” simplicity of use. Even though it offers a full range of lighting control options, it can be installed very easily and does not require any central controller. All functions are programmable through a graphical user interface (GUI).
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