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Distributed Lighting Control System by World Energy Control Corporation

Dec. 30, 2010

The Distributed Lighting Control System (DLCS) provides aggregate control for individual light fixtures across a single room up to an entire campus. Energy usage is monitored in real-time using the local network. The DLCS enables dynamic scheduling, daylight harvesting, lumen maintenance, bulb/ballast fault detection, and on-site or remote aggregate control. The system can reduce energy costs by up to 75%. It also documents savings, including reduction of carbon footprint, to show eligibility for rebates and tax incentives.

Distributed Lighting Control System by World Energy Control Corporation
(877) 300-4372
www.worldenergycontrol.com

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