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The LC211 Wireless Controller offers intelligent dimming and lighting control capabilities for any luminaire along with energy monitoring and status information. The LC211 wireless controller connects to a standard NEMA C136.41 twist-lock receptacle and allows remote on/off powering, dimming control down to 10%, and monitors Watts, Amps, Power Factor, kWhours, temperature, and lamp maintenance information. All LC211 node data is collected by a BLS IoT Gateway which provides secure, encrypted communication to the Bright Light Management System.


Integration with the Bright Light Management System (BLMS)
The LC211 Wireless Controller operates at 2.4 GHz frequency and forms a self-healing wireless mesh network. Communication is secured using 128-bit AES encryption. Astronomical clock with scheduling capabilities ensures an optimal lighting solution that further reduces energy costs while significantly increasing overall product lifetime.

Seamless Commissioning
The installation and commissioning of new lights in a network is an easy and painless process. Our IoT gateway automatically detects new lights and pulls in asset node metadata directly into the BLMS database — simplifying setup of your network.

Remote Management
Our controllers support over-the-air (OTA) updates for an efficient upgrade process that keeps controllers current with the latest features while minimizing down-time. Our scalable architecture allows you to intelligently and efficiently manage your lights any time, any where using a web-enabled phone, tablet, or PC.

  • Isolated 0-10V dimming control output
  • 2.4 GHz IEEE 802.15.4 network
  • Up to 500m between nodes
  • Integrated real-time clock
  • Revenue grade measurement to +/- 2% accuracy
  • Non-volatile memory for usage data
  • Less than 1W power usage
  • 128-bit AES encryption
  • 120-480 VAC (50/60Hz) input voltage
  • -45°C to 85°C internal temperature
  • FCC Part 15 Compliant

Download the LC211 Wireless Light Controller datasheet.

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