All-digital lighting controls

Watt Stopper's Digital Lighting Management (DLM) is a suite of plug-together lighting controls with self-configuring sensors, switches, and other components. DLM saves more energy, and is faster and easier to specify and install than conventional controls. Engineered to meet and exceed energy codes, DLM provides an unprecedented return on investment for both new construction and retrofit projects.

09/01/2009


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Watt Stopper's Digital Lighting Management (DLM) is a suite of plug-together lighting controls with self-configuring sensors, switches, and other components. DLM saves more energy, and is faster and easier to specify and install than conventional controls. Engineered to meet and exceed energy codes, DLM provides an unprecedented return on investment for both new construction and retrofit projects. This all-digital system offers the first automatic configuration capability for the most energy-efficient operating profile. Features, including plug-in connections to a free-topology Category 5 bus, speed up installation and eliminate potential wiring errors.

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