Lighting control relay panel

The Schneider Electric LPL lighting control relay panel with LonWorks protocol offers cost-effective and code-compliant lighting control.

04/11/2012


LPLThe Schneider Electric LPL lighting control relay panel with LonWorks protocol offers cost-effective and code-compliant lighting control. The LPL is prepackaged in standard configurations available with 8, 16, 32, 48, or 64 heavy-duty and/or plug-in relays, relay controllers, and optional time clock and input controllers. The heavy-duty relays carry up to 20 A full load and are rated for over 120,000 mechanical operations. Whether from a stand-alone system, a soft-wired networked panels system, or a fully programmable network system, the LPL supports all common sequences encountered in lighting control with software scheduling, event programming, daylight harvesting, and motion sensing inputs.



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