Lighting control devices, techniques, and protocols
regulate specific applications that include daylighting, dimmers,
photocells, relays, sensors, signals, timers, and touchscreens. When
networked into a system, these products can be controlled by software
programs and can interface with building management protocols.
and systems are used on indoor and outdoor lighting in commercial,
industrial, and residential spaces to reduce energy consumption, enhance
safety, and increase flexibility. They include light, manual override,
and occupancy sensors, as well as lighting control systems and products.
promote reasonable and repeatable product test procedures and
performance criteria that are required for regulatory bodies and