Vitesse Plus - Feature Packed

Graduated dimming

The lighting within a space dims progressively from the source of natural illuminance in response to changes in natural light levels. This maximises the use of daylight within a space and minimises energy consumption and over-lighting of the space.

Corridor hold

To allow safe local egress lighting a simple corridor hold output is provided via a pluggable connector on the lighting control module. If any of the control outputs are 'on' any other lighting control module connected via the corridor hold output will also be 'on'. By connecting the corridor hold between Vitesse Plus lighting control modules, simple notional corridor routes can be created.

SELV switching

The new Vitesse Plus lighting control module has 18 SELV inputs. Up to 5 centre biased retractive switches can be connected as well as an ELT keyswitch. This allows cabling for manual switches to be non-mains rated and without the need for mechanical protection, saving you time and money.

Emergency lighting test

Dedicated SELV input allows for a local emergency test on the LCM. This can be linked across a number of LCMs to allow emergency test of a large open plan office for example.

Open port function

The LCM can be programmed via a connected presence detector using our professional commissioning LCD programming handset, UNLCDHS. This is ideal for when access to an LCM is limited.

Scene setting

Scene selection allows the recall of pre-programmed lighting levels to create different moods or to suit different uses within an environment.

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