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Below you will find links to company and product information for manufacturers and suppliers listed in theLighting Control Devices section of Sweets... more
Below you will find links to company and product information for manufacturers and suppliers listed in theLighting Control Devices section of Sweets.
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On-Q® - In-Wall 1500W RF Switch, NickelDescription: LC2201-NI - radiant The radiant® collection is a step up from the standard with simple, classic options in wiring devices, home automation controls and screwless wall... Intermatic Inc. - LS2 Dark Sensor 10 to 1000 fcDescription: LS2 Dark Sensor 10 to 1000 fc Model: LS2 Dark Sensor 10 to 1000 fc The LS Series Ambient Light Sensors detect the amount of natural or ambient light that is available. These sensors themselves do not perform the switching ON/OFF of the loads, allowing for them to outlast typical photocontrols....