Wireless Lighting ControlsWattstopper offers the ability to go wireless with your lighting controls. Designed to be scalable and enable flexibility in a space, wireless lighting controls can be utilized in standalone, room-based, and multi-room applications. Integrate daylight sensors, load controllers, or luminaire level lighting control, and program with our DLM Configuration App for iOS® or Android®.
Wireless controls offer the flexibility to provide high-quality, low energy lighting that maximizes incremental control within small and large areas. Designers can enhance the occupant experience, achieve compliance with advanced energy codes, and improve energy efficiency with the simplicity of the Wattstopper Wireless Lighting Controls.
The LMPC-600 wireless low profile Digital PIR Ceiling Mount Occupancy Sensor uses passive infrared (PIR) technology and one of three lenses to detect occupancy in different types of spaces for energy-efficient control of lighting and plug loads.
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