This range of cost effective Lighting Control Modules provides control of dimmable luminaires and also non-DALI (switched) fittings in a modular environment with Switch, Sensor, Daylight Control and Emergency-test functions. Addressable versions enable network control via CAN or DALI protocol with connection via an Area Controller to our ecoLUX Graphical Interface.
All LCMs feature fast and simple installation via rear “Z” fixings or via key hole slots on the corners, and a removable memory module to facilitate fast configuration of a replacement LCM should that be needed. In other words, should an LCM need to be replaced for any reason, no reprogramming is necessary, simply remove the memory module and reinsert it into the new control module.
The DS range of sub-addressed DALI LCMs enables the use of multiple DALI luminaires from one port.
The DD1 Broadcast LCM offers DALI, DSI, 1-10V protocols, and switched outputs, selectable for each channel.
Lighting Control’s range of Hardwired Lighting Control Modules (HWM6-12) comprises products with 1 or 2 modules with 6 relays per module, each of which can be supplied as either emergency or switching. The relays in each controller have both normally open and normally closed contacts.
All products from this range of LCMs can be integrated on the same network, offering total design flexibility.
The MB Marshalling Box makes it quick and easy to make changes in luminaire and PIR configuration. Ten luminaire outlets are provided, and connection is made via 6-pole GST connectors. Ten luminaire outlets are provided which can be split into 2 groups of 5.
ecoLUX LIGHTING CONTROL MODULES
LC-DSLCM10-S5, LC-DSLCM10-S10, LC-DD1LCM10-S10, LC-HWM6/12, LC-MB
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