Wireless area lighting controller

The Encelium Wireless Area Lighting Controller (WALC) allows a group of lighting devices to communicate via a wireless mesh network based on ZigBee standards.

04/14/2016


The Encelium Wireless Area Lighting Controller (WALC) allows a group of lighting devices to communicate via a wireless mesh network based on ZigBee standards. The WALC connects groups of 0 to 10 V dimmable luminaires for group dimming or switching applications. The high current rating of the WALC allows the system to switch an entire circuit of electrical loads or plug loads, eliminating the cost for using standard power relays or switch packs. The onboard sensor terminal block allows direct connection of dual-tech sensors or other low-voltage sensors to the wireless network for battery elimination or additional functionality.

Osram Sylvania

www.encelium.com


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