interfaces

IR/RF Interface

All eyes are on you at the podium. Management has flown in to this very conference room to hear you speak, to hear your ideas. You point your remote at the IR/RF Interface, the lights go down, and you deliver. The IR/RF Interface extends control of Stellar dimming systems to a line-of-sight infrared remote or an RF remote. From the palm of your hand, you can recall presets and adjust light levels, without having to distract your audience.


WiFi Interface

Tackle complexity with technology. The WiFi Interface is the wireless bridge between your laptop, PC, or PDA, and the Stellar family of dimming systems. Through your wireless network, you can adjust scenes and lighting levels, and because you don't have to be tied down to your desk, you can see what's going on with your lighting system as you make changes in real time. And with WiFi networks becoming more prevalent and easier to set up, the WiFi Interface is an easy way to give yourself more control over your lighting system.


RS-232 Portable

As building control systems have become more and more sophisticated over the years, users have been seeking ways to integrate each element together. For example, media, HVAC, security, and lighting can be tied together and controlled from a single point to make life easier for the user. The RS-232 Interface gives users the ability to interface Marlin lighting control systems with touchscreen master remotes from A/V control system manufacturers, such as Crestron or AMX.


RS-232 Interface

As building control systems have become more and more sophisticated over the years, users have been seeking ways to integrate each element together. For example, media, HVAC, security, and lighting can be tied together and controlled from a single point to make life easier for the user. The RS-232 Interface gives users the ability to interface Marlin lighting control systems with touchscreen master remotes from A/V control system manufacturers, such as Crestron or AMX.


Stellar Modem

The Stellar Modem Interface gives you control of your lighting control system from anywhere. From a computer equipped with a modem, users can dial into their system, monitor lighting status, and make adjustments - all without having to be on site. Systems can be set up and commissioned in a matter of minutes from the ease of your computer.


The Universal Remote Access Point (URAP)

Device designed to give more control options to the user. With the Virtual SP, Virtual XP, or Virtual DC software installed on a PC or laptop, the user can then dial in to the URAP with a modem, and control the lighting system from across the country. Or, with the optional wireless transmitter, the user can control the lighting system while freely roaming about the facility with a laptop. This device is especially useful for users who need to manage lighting systems in multiple locations. Once the URAP and the software are installed, the user can then get connected to the lighting system, change light levels, set preset lighting scenes, create time and photocell schedules, and change system settings.


RF Wireless Remote Control

The Wireless Remote Control is yet another control option for Marlin Stellar lighting systems. It uses radio frequency (RF) technology, so that the user can have control while freely roaming about the facility.


PHC Photocell

The Marlin photocell sensor is used to measure the intensity of outdoor foot-candle light. The photocell measures levels of sunlight from 0%, or near-total darkness, to a brightness of 100%, and these measurements are used to activate preset lighting scenes. The photocell is a useful addition to systems installed in restaurants, galleries, or other areas where the user needs to coordinate lighting with the changing levels of natural light. The photocell is small, fits into a junction box with a ½" knock-out, and connects to the lighting control panel via a three-conductor wire connection.




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