What Should Be Included In a Networked Lighting Controls System?
A networked lighting control system consists of dimmable drivers or ballasts, accessory devices such as sensors and manual overrides, power controllers (which may be the driver or ballast), and supporting hardware and software used for system programming, communications, and data storage. Controllers are connected via dedicated control wiring or radio signals to build a network in which addressable control points can be controlled and programmed individually or in groups. The lighting controller, where the system’s intelligence (processing power) resides, may be distributed at each control point or centralized in a server or in the cloud. The system may be luminaire-, room-, building-, or campus-based.
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