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Networked Lighting Controls

Networked Lighting Controls (NLC) are a subset of control devices aimed to implement lighting control strategies typically optimized for energy efficiency and occupant comfort. Control strategies include area control, scheduling, occupancy sensing, daylight harvesting, institutional tuning, and demand response. NLCs typically consist of a main controller/gateway, load controllers, occupancy sensors, and override switches. NLCs are expandable and are designed to fit multiple room and building environments.

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