c-Max Basic Controls

Overview

c-Max is a patent pending, plug and play interface that allows for the easy field installation of luminaire-level lighting controls. By pairing c-Max low voltage sensors with MaxLite controls-ready indoor and outdoor luminaires, customers can achieve energy savings beyond LED conversion in a simple and affordable way. MaxLite controls-ready luminaires come preconfigured with a USB-C receptacle that c-Max sensors plug into during installation, or in the future, to achieve motion sensing, daylight harvesting and high-end trim.


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    CN-REMOTE
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Features
  • Individually control luminaires: 1 sensor per luminaire
  • Grouping: daisy chain wiring - up to 8 luminaires
  • High Trim: Ability to set a maximum light level. Allows for high level of energy savings
  • Occupancy sensing (Microwave or PIR): Regulate lighting based on detection of people
  • Bi-level dimming: Ability to set different set points for dimming levels
  • Photocell control (Outdoor Luminaires): Luminaire turns on/off based on ft candle
  • Save sensor settings: 4 memory banks
  • Daylight harvesting: Regulate lighting in response to changing daylight. Continuous adjustment mode
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