Stand-alone lighting control

Douglas Lighting Controls' Dialog Room Controller, a stand-alone lighting control device for offices eliminates wiring complications.

05/27/2015


Douglas Lighting Controls' Dialog Room Controller, a stand-alone lighting control device for offices eliminates wiring complications.Douglas Lighting Controls' Dialog Room Controller, a stand-alone lighting control device for offices, classrooms, and defined spaces, eliminates wiring complications by providing color-coded wires and matching labels. It also has quick-connect low-voltage terminal blocks and on-board wiring instructions. The device has four relays, four independent 0 to 10 V dimming channels, and an optional two-relay Expansion Pack that is UL924 certified for controlling emergency lighting. For added functionality, the Dialog Room Controller can connect to a Dialog Network or an independent Energy Management System via BACnet IP. Dialog Room Controller is offered as a "kit" solution that includes a controller, occupancy sensors, switch stations, and daylight sensors.

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