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Lighting optimisers

The ECO-MAX range of lighting optimisers are generally aimed at industrial and commercial discharge and fluorescent lighting systems where savings of around 25-40% are typical common without turning lights off.

Greater savings up to 70% are common where natural daylight is available and lights can be automatically dimmed or even turned off at times.

The ECO-MAX lighting optimizer can combine numerous controls:
• – 1 control system can control up to 4 zones
• – e.g. manual, timed switching – fully programmable.
• – with sensors in place, daylight can be harvested, and lights automatically switched off or dimmed down to the minimum level required. Daylight levels can be linked to levels of voltage optimisation.

The ECO-MAX comes in a full range of models and sizes to suit any size lighting system from a 1 Phase 6A to a 3 phase 250A. For further information, please make an enquiry.

Community Review  

16 Oct 2008

voltage obtimisation i one more information on how I can GET to the product, because my coustomers have the nesesiti of having this product. please let me now how we cand get the voltage optimisation.

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