Lighting control system

XPoint wireless lighting control systems are designed to deliver fixture-by-fixture outdoor lighting control for new construction and retrofit lighting projects.

07/01/2014


XPoint wireless lighting control systems are designed to deliver fixture-by-fixture outdoor lighting control for new construction and retrofit lighting projects. Courtesy: Acuity ControlsAcuity Controls' XPoint Wireless lighting control system is a zero-latency lighting management system for building wide control. The XPoint Wireless system is designed for new construction and retrofit lighting projects in covered parking areas, high bay spaces, corridors and stairwells. Users can implement a wide range of lighting control strategies, including programming light fixture operation to zone-based occupancy control, as well as daylight control. The system can store schedules and group information for immediate and accurate response to increase operational efficiency. They can also be combined with other products to create a hybrid wired/wireless solution.

Acuity Controls

www.lightingcontrols.com 



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