Dimming option for lighting control panels

Hubbell Building Automation’s CX Dimming Option Card provides full range dimming allowing users to control their environments while increasing energy savings.

01/23/2014


Hubbell LightingHubbell Building Automation’s CX Dimming Option Card provides 0 to 10 V full range dimming allowing users to control their environments while increasing energy savings. The CX Dimming Option Card offers a low-cost solution for lighting control challenges including stringent energy codes, demand response requirements, and U.S. Green Building Council LEED qualifications. The CX Dimming Option Card can be used in a variety of applications and provides 0 to 10 V output terminals for connection to industry standard fluorescent electronic dimming ballasts as well as LED electronic dimming drivers. In addition to manual raise lower switches, the eight dimming channels can be configured to work in concert with photocells, occupancy sensors, and schedules.

Hubbell Lighting

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