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The concept of daylight harvesting is simple. Digital photo sensors detect daylight levels and automatically adjust the output level of electric lighting to create a balance. The goal is energy savings.

Daylight harvesting is the buzz word in the controls industry right now. Why? Studies indicate that electric lighting energy use can be reduced as much as 84%!

Until now there have been barriers to wide-spread acceptance of daylight harvesting. This is due in part to complications associated with commissioning. As a result LC&D offers the GR 2400™-i series of integrated lighting controls, a solution rich in features.

The MicroPanel™-iDH is a compact lighting controller with 2 or 4 switching outputs. It links every space into one building-wide, easy-to-use system. Extremely adjustable, the MicroPanel™-iDH offers many advanced daylight harvesting features. These features include unique set points, delays and adjustment curves for every relay.

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The MicroPanel™-iDim is a compact lighting controller with up to four 0-10v dimming outputs. It links every room into one building-wide, easy-to-use system. Input and output settings are all digitally adjustable. Settings include trim, dimming curve, baseline, photosensor pick-up range, fade-up rate, fade-down rate and more.

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This ceiling mounted photosensor may be used for both open loop & closed loop daylight harvesting, as well as daylight dimming in almost any architectural setting.

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The GR 2400™ series products can interface with almost any occupant sensor on the market.

An accessory to the MicroPanel™, the –iDigi4 converts contact closure signals from an occupant sensor to a global (digital) signal. This is ideal for applications which require multiple control panels to operate from the same occupant sensor.

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