Douglas Lighting Controls Introduces CheckLight Energy Management Platform

August 23, 2019

Douglas Lighting Controls, a member of the Panasonic family of companies, recently announced the launch of its newest energy management platform, CheckLight™ The new cloud-based technology pairs seamlessly with Douglas centralized, distributed and wireless lighting control systems. 

CheckLight has the ability to report through its own dashboard or share data through APIs compatible with Building Management Systems. The application allows secure global access to facility lighting allowing the user to adjust lights and lighting system settings from any location. This tool is essential in monitoring energy usage and optimizing cost based on consumption.  CheckLight is OPEN ADR ready and can execute any automated demand response command.

“At Douglas, we are consistently focused on improvements that impact our clients’ bottom line by enhancing and maximizing product efficiency,” said Rob Mahaffey, General Manager of Douglas Lighting Controls. “CheckLight offers the most advanced technology designed to simplify monitoring and managing energy output from any location, at any time, allowing our clients to remain connected and able to control efficiency while on-the-go.”

The new technology offered by CheckLight allows users to benchmark their portfolio of buildings, uncover energy conservation opportunities, create new energy conservation strategies, analyze growing inefficiencies in lighting loads and seamlessly share data with other building management software for in-depth comparative analysis.  

Douglas is upgrading its Bluetooth Wireless SystemDialog Centralized Controller and Dialog Room Controller to be compatible with CheckLight.

For more information on CheckLight, visit www.douglaslightingcontrols.com/products/checklight.

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