Dialight, a supplier of LED lighting, has launched enterprise software called DACS, the Dialight Architecture Control System, control platform that allows for commissioning, grouping, and scheduling of the lights and sensors to control, monitor and manage lighting at the fixture, zone, facility and enterprise-wide level with a simple and secure dashboard interface. The system pairs with the company’s new automated demand response system (ADR) and wireless daylight harvesting sensors, also launched today.
“This lighting control system gives companies complete command over their entire lighting infrastructure from anywhere,” said Michael Sutsko, Dialight’s Group Chief Executive. “The centralized solution saves time and money, letting facility managers adjust lighting without having to manually configure each fixture or gateway. Now they can control hundreds of fixtures across an entire facility with just a few clicks. And, it opens the door to even more money-saving opportunities, like our new plug-and-play wireless occupancy sensors and automated demand response system.”
The DACS device-to-enterprise software provides a plug-and-play system that enables cloud-based access and precise control over fixture-level output to monitor and adjust settings on every gateway, sensor and device in every zone, across an entire facility or corporate network. Users can access the DACS dashboard using any computer, tablet or smartphone to see system-wide or fixture-level status, view lighting performance data and set up schedules and rules for any light, device or zone anywhere in the network. Users can even configure instant notifications to receive alerts via email or SMS text for critical fixture or group failures and other events.
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