Lighting management software

Legrand's Wattstopper LMCS software configures digital lighting management (DLM) systems to simplify project submittal and quote process.

03/09/2017


Legrand's Wattstopper LMCS software configures digital lighting management (DLM) systems to simplify project submittal and quote process. Courtesy: LegrandLegrand's Wattstopper LMCS software provides a detailed layout of the lighting control system showing digital lighting management (DLM) networked and non-networked devices and connections floor by floor. This feature makes preparing project submittals and quotes easier for designers and technicians, and makes working with larger systems more effective. The LMCS software simplifies project design and start-up and provides industry professionals with important commissioning documentation, including LEED projects. As each LMCS file contains information about every DLM device, project designers can now use that information to create a one line diagram that shows every DLM device in every room on every DLM Segment. Segment wire to front end hardware will also be shown. The program can generate a system layout of a specific segment or all segments, which can be exported as a multi-page PDF to add to a project submittal or as a multi-layout DXF diagram that can be brought into AutoCAD. It also provides fields for network addresses and other information for better reporting.

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