Introduction

There are three main classes of users for any lighting control system.

Wall Switch

Local User

Locally placed wall switches for use by students, teachers and the general public.

Staff Only Touch Panel and Switches

Building Staff

Touch panels and staff only switches placed in private areas accessible only to the facility manager and maintenance staff.

Reception Touch Panel

Central Control

A touch panel can also be placed at the reception desk or control room.

3 Switch Types

Centralized Control

  1. Graphical UI with controls organized into pages for easy navigation
  2. Automated schedule control
  3. Multiple stations can be deployed simultaneously and is mutually redundant
  4. Forced or authorized mode of operation
Touch panel sizes

Touch Panel

Mobile Phone to Touch Panel

Mobile Mirroring

Host PC

Central Host

Staff Use Interfaces

Unique Features

 

  1. Digital lighting switches specially made for staff use only.
  2. Digital switches or touch panels to choose from.
  3. Single and group status feedback indicator.
  4. Each button on the digital switch can be set for either single, group or pattern modes of control.
  5. Does not deduct from the D-Bus address pool
  6. Easy to reconfigure for later expansion or maintenance.

Touch Panels

Staff use touch panels
4.3 inch touch panel
  1. 4.3 inch screen size
  2. 40 buttons grouped into 5 pages
  3. Adjustable scheduled control
  4. Optional mobile, tablet or PC link control capability.

Digital Switches

Various types of digital switches

Local Digital Switches

IS45K Local Digital Switch

  1. Uses phone or network cable.
  2. Easy to configure, change and expand.
  3. Lighting status feedback indicator.
  4. Flashing LED indicates that the central host is forcibly in control and local control is disabled.

Digital Switches

Local Classic Switches

Classic Switches

Classic Mechanical Switches

  1. Can be connected to the LT3384, LT2544 or LT4544 using signal wires.
  2. Attractive, durable and easy to maintain.
  3. Does not require user training to use.

Sensor Switches

K15 Sensor

K15 Sensor Switch

  1. Can be connected to the wall switch.
  2. With both occupancy and vacancy modes of operation.

No Programming Needed

Simple Setting

For use in open spaces (such as single or group), setting only needs to be done through the DIP switches, no need for special tools or software.

Advanced Setting

Setting special capabilities (such as interactive or dimming) can be done using an Android phone or tablet installed with the setting software and a converter device.