Web-enabled lighting controls

The LynTec RPC lighting control panel family with onboard Web servers allows easy setup with a simple Internet browser.

04/14/2016


The LynTec RPC lighting control panel family with onboard Web servers allows easy setup with a simple Internet browser. This interface can be used to configure circuits to turn on instantly and automatically for emergency egress lighting, regardless of control protocol or zone assignment. A simple low-voltage contact closure or supervised loop will activate the designated emergency circuits. The UL 924-compliant panels, used in conjunction with an upstream transfer switch, help ensure that users easily meet federal, state, and local egress or emergency lighting codes as required for any new or upgraded lighting installation.

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