Canadian Manufacturing

Toggled to show latest Intelligent Building Technology at LightFair 2021

by CM Staff   

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The company will introduce an iQ Area Lighting Controller and iQ Plug Load Controller.

Toggled iQ Area Controller provides a power switching interface to any luminaire

TROY— Toggled, a wholly owned subsidiary of Altair announced two new products: Toggled iQ Area Lighting Controller and Toggled iQ Plug Load Controller. Both items are included within the Toggled iQ portfolio on the DesignLights Consortium (DLC) Networked Lighting Controls (NLC) qualified products list (QPL.) Toggled will be exhibiting these products as part of its next generation Toggled iQ connected building platform at LightFair 2021 in New York, October 27th to the 29th.

Toggled’s new controllers enable customers and partners to create scalable connected building solutions. Further building on Toggled iQ’s platform, the Area Lighting Controller provides a power switching and dimming interface between existing luminaires, rooms, or entire circuits (up to 20A) and the Toggled iQ connected lighting network. The Plug Load Controller provides a power switching interface between plugs/outlets, and other non-lighting loads, or entire non-lighting circuits (up to 20A), and the Toggled iQ platform resulting in ongoing energy savings.

“As expectations for corporate environmental responsibility and sustainability are rising sharply and smart building technologies mature, building owners and operators are increasingly faced with pressures to upgrade their systems to optimize building performance, employee or tenant satisfaction, and meet evolving building regulations,” said Daniel Hollenkamp, Jr., chief operating officer, Toggled in a company press release.



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