Lighting Control Device Includes Occupancy Sensors, Switch Stations and Daylight Sensors

Douglas Lighting Controls introduces the Dialog Room Controller, a stand-alone lighting control device for offices, classrooms and defined spaces.Douglas Lighting Controls introduces the Dialog Room Controller, a stand-alone lighting control device for offices, classrooms and defined spaces.

Douglas Lighting Controls introduces the Dialog Room Controller, a stand-alone lighting control device for offices, classrooms and defined spaces.

Douglas Lighting Controls introduces the Dialog Room Controller, a stand-alone lighting control device for offices, classrooms and defined spaces.

Douglas Lighting Controls introduces the Dialog Room Controller, a stand-alone lighting control device for offices, classrooms and defined spaces.

Eliminating wiring complications was addressed by providing color-coded wires and matching labels, inserting quick-connect low-voltage terminal blocks and adding on-board wiring instructions. The device has four relays, four independent 0–10V dimming channels, and an optional two-relay Expansion Pack that is UL924 certified for controlling emergency lighting. For added functionality, the Dialog Room Controller can connect to a Dialog Network or an independent Energy Management System via BACnet IP.

To meet the stringent requirements found in ASHRAE 90.1-2010 and California Title 24, Douglas Lighting Controls leveraged its more than 50 years of industry knowledge and product development experience, as well as its thorough understanding of regulatory codes, to provide specifiers and contractors confidence to use Dialog Room Controller for their requirements.

Dialog Room Controller is offered as a “kit” solution that includes a controller, occupancy sensors, switch stations and daylight sensors. The kit simplifies lighting controls and improves the commissioning experience. Kits are designed for specific room scenarios and spaces, and they are delivered with Plug ‘n Control capability right out of the box.

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