Published: August 2013
Crestron’s Green Light power pack is a room controller designed to communicate with photocells, occupancy sensors, and control stations to automatically control lighting in any room. It connects to a central control system, making it an integral part of the building energy management system. It is designed to mount directly over a pair of adjacent 4-in. square junction boxes. Power monitoring tracks real-time energy usage, delivering statistics to help control energy costs.
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