The LS-101daylight controller is a single-zone controller designed to switch lights off and on when light levels detected by the unit’s internal light sensor fall above or below user-defined setpoints. Featuring a digital display, it requires minimal adjustment at startup. During startup, the user can see the current light level displayed in footcandles and can establish on/off setpoints. Other user-adjustable parameters include the off-delay time and deadband range %%MDASSML%% settings that prevent rapid cycling of the controlled lights during brief and moderate fluctuations of daylighting levels. The controller is certified to meet California’s Title 24 requirements.
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