What's that address?

December 01, 2000 |

Electronic ballasts with a microprocessor allow control of each light source without affecting other lights. The SuperDim Digital with AddressPro technology system allows digital communication so that multiple zones, multiple scenes and fade times can be adjusted through an infrared remote with simple programming capability. Each digital dimming ballast is shipped with its assigned identification, providing more than 8 million distinct addresses. To assign a light source to one of 12 specific zones, a command is sent from the remote to all the lights to transmit their IDs. All ballasts transmit their IDs by modulating the light. Once the ballasts are assigned zones, each zone can be controlled separately. The scenes can be placed in memory and recalled.

Energy Savings Inc.

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