CP introduces new lighting-management system

Small enough to fit in suspended trunking or light fittings, the LMS lighting-management system from CP Electronics.
The LMS lighting-management system from CP Electronics combines state-of-the-art technology and versatility. Its compact dimensions enable it to be installed in suspended trunking systems or inside light fittings. For use as part of a lighting-management system, the module has a single addressable output port for switching, and the DIM model provides DSI and DALI dimming signals for dimmable luminaires — as well as support for DALI EMPRO emergency test and monitoring. Incorporated in the unit is a 2-channel interface for connecting to external devices such as light switches, emergency test switches and time clocks. A port on the front enables this module to be connected to peripherals such as presence detectors. For emergency test applications that require centralised testing or ELV switch connections, the EM model provides a switched permanent live output. Features include scene control, bus and activity LEDs, adjustable off delays and group delays, adjustable start-up lighting levels and power for up to four peripherals.
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