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Digital Lighting Management System by WattStopper

June 3, 2011

Digital Lighting Management's open protocol network capability allows remote lighting control throughout a floor, building, or campus. The distributed control system's network can include room controllers, occupancy sensors, personal controls, daylighting sensors, and other tools, as well as a BACnet-compatible network bridge that enables remote control by a building automation system or browser-based user interface. The system can join existing networks without needing additional wiring and uses free topology, meaning that any device can connect to any other device.

Digital Lighting Management System by WattStopper. www.wattstopper.com. Circle 250.

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