The Blue Box™ system is a simple, cost-effective alternative to traditional time clocks, twist timers and contactors. Available in three enclosure sizes, the Blue Box family is the ideal solution for most small to medium-sized projects.
The Indoor Digital Photosensor has an extended sensitivity range that allows it to be used in almost any location without needing adjustment for the reflectivity of the environment. Additionally, its dual housing construction allows it to be used as a full-sized sensor or the center section may be separated for a diminutive ceiling footprint. The Indoor Digital Photosensor comes in three styles:
2-Wire Global Photosensor: Photosensors when combined with a photocell card, have up to 14 different trigger points, each controlling a unique relay group in as many as 64 relay panels. Moreover, each dimmer (0-10V or 120V "phase") may be separately controlled to maintain a unique light level.
3-Wire Local Photosensor: Used only with the MicroPanel integrated distributed control panels which have on-board photosensor inputs. One trigger point or "follow-me" dim level is available (within a single MicroPanel) for every relay or dimmer.
3-Wire Local Slimline Photosensor: Same as 3-Wire Local Photosensor but with smaller footprint of (.310" dia.) makes it ideal for mounting directly to luminaires.
The Field Configurable Relay is a single pole, single throw relay that may be field to a double or triple pole relay using one-of-a-kind manual control levers and clips. In-field configuration is enhanced further with its din rail mounting. For remote programming, the control panel must have a modem
Lighting Control Software bundles design (specification), programming and management of a lighting control system into a single software package. And it requires no formal training.
Specifiers use our Unity2™ Lighting Control Software to rapidly design a new lighting control system. Unity files may be saved and output to Auto CAD in only seconds.
Installers are assisted by Unity2™ since it eliminates field programming requirements.
The PPC1 is used for outdoor photosensors (PCELL 2WO) and has a single photosensor input.
The PCC3 is used for indoor photosensors (PCELL 2WI) and has inputs for up to 3 separate photosensors.
Light levels from each photosensor may be displayed or read at the DTC clock
LC&D offers two methods of building automation interfaces:
Contact closure devices may be programmed to control any relays, SmartBreakers™ or dimmers in any panel. Control relays through time schedules of any Building Automation System.
Onboard push buttons simulate a contact closure to each of 14 contact closure inputs. Optional 6 input card allows for digital enable/disable over the bus
KnightBridge Digital Switch
*Discontinued* SwitchBolt DigitalSwitch
Indoor Digital Photosensor
PCELL 2WO Outdoor Digital Photosensor
single-pole din relay configures into double or triple pole
Blue Box LT
Cost-effective dimming and switching
Unity GX2 Software
Photosensor Input Cards
Link-To Building Automation
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