The Square D® Clipsal® Monochrome Touch Screen from Schneider Electric is designed to provide versatile lighting control via a simple, compact user interface for commercial applications like office buildings or retail outlets. In addition to being easy to install, customize and use, the Monochrome Touch Screen offers numerous configurations, making it an attractive alternative to multiple single-operation switches, on/off toggles, dimmers and timers that can clutter walls.
“The Square D Clipsal Monochrome Touch Screen is sleek, featuring an elegant white cover plate that can be replaced with an optional brushed aluminum Neo™ cover plate if the building owner or facility manager desires to match keypads located elsewhere in the building,” said Scott Jordan, Product Marketing Manager. “This versatility complements the fact that it is compatible with all Square D Clipsal devices and the Square D Powerlink® NF3000G3C whole-building lighting controller.”
The unit holds enough memory to store up to 100 screens, which can include multi-point switching and dimming; master on/off switching; and schedules and scenes with multiple loads. Display and controls can be configured with symbols, images, clocks and text in multiple languages, while area plans and other scenes can be graphically depicted. A standard real-time clock enables schedules for lighting and other tasks, while variable dimming fade rates can be easily configured according to load or lighting zone. Another plus is a locator option that can be configured to help users find the screen in dim lighting conditions.
The clean-lined, low-profile touch screen can be wall-mounted without external fittings. Further convenience is provided through a standard built-in receiver that allows operation with an included hand held remote control. A desktop model also is available when wall space is limited.
“The Square D Clipsal Monochrome Touch Screen is an economical approach to high-end commercial lighting control,” Jordan said. “It is a robust device that provides control of lighting zones from a centralized area and the ability to set lighting schedules and make changes based on evolving needs. It features functionality that everyone who works in or visits a building will be able to use easily, even if they have little experience with lighting control.”
For more information about Schneider Electric, visit www.squaredlightingcontrol.com.