LSI Industries Inc. recently announced that its AirLink enabled by Synapse Wireless Lighting Control System has been officially accepted on the DesignLights Consortium (DLC) Qualified Products List (QPL) in the category of Networked Lighting Control Systems.
AirLink utilizes a Self-Healing Mesh Network which communicates via 2.4 GHz frequency. The flexibility and scalability of the system make it perfect for both new construction and retrofit projects. The user-friendly AirLink web application is accessible through any device with an internet connection and allows for complete customization of the system and its features. Some capabilities of the system include: occupancy/vacancy sensing, daylight harvesting, scheduling, high-end trim, dimming, zone control, BMS integration and energy monitoring. The product is ideally suited for commercial, industrial and municipal applications, such as: auto dealerships, parking lots, garages, shopping complexes, and warehouses, where robust wireless communication is required.
“The AirLink product line demonstrates our active mission to provide simple-to-specify, simple-to-install, simple-to-use solutions that reduce installation costs and eliminates headaches of traditional lighting control systems. Having AirLink on the DLC QPL simplifies the decision making process for Specifiers.” said Mark Reed, Controls Department Manager at LSI Industries.
Achieving the DLC listing in this category acknowledges that the product meets required system capabilities such as occupancy sensing, daylight harvesting, and zoning. The QPL serves as a system comparison tool for architects, lighting designers, engineers and contractors to ensure products they wish to specify meet certain code, technical and operational standards. This listing also ensures that the system meets the standards required by utilities for financial incentive and rebate eligibility.
For more information, visit: www.lsi-industries.com.