Digital lighting platform

Digital Lighting Management includes a user interface and DLM Groups programming capability.

03/10/2016


Digital Lighting Management includes a user interface and DLM Groups programming capability. Courtesy: LegrandLegrand's Wattstopper Digital Lighting Management (DLM) platform includes user interface and programmable DLM Groups. Easy to deploy, customize, and build into the DLM architecture, its features provide system simplicity, flexibility, and scalability. The 2.1 Segment Manager version adds a robust user interface allowing for viewing, organizing, and scheduling of lighting control systems and energy usage. The interface is designed for building owners, facility managers, and electrical engineers to optimize building performance. Other features include real-time analytics, integrated demand-response functionality, scheduling, and the ability to access the system from mobile devices. DLM Groups allow loads in any networked areas to operate together on a schedule, sensor, or switch for greater convenience.

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