Web Tutorials

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Operating and Programming Douglas Products:

How to Operate and Program a Douglas W-2000 Network. See how a Douglas W-2000 Lighting Control Network operates, how it can be expanded, and how to program its components.
Just follow the prompts.

How to Program the WTP-4408 Time/Astro/Photo Controller Program a model WTP-4408 Controller using its interactive keypad and LCD display to perform any of the functions of the WTP-4408.
Just follow the prompts.

How to Program the LitePak Controller Program a model LitePak Controller using its interactive keypad and LCD display to perform any of the LitePak control functions.
Just follow the prompts.


Constant Light Controller:

Constant Light Control with Step Dimming A simulation of how electronic dimming ballasts maintain an optimum ambient light level in response to any level of incoming natural light.

Constant Light Control with Quiet Mode in the Classroom A simulation of how school classroom lighting can be controlled by a Douglas W-2000 Lighting Control System.

Switch Dimming with 1/3, 2/3, 3/3 Lighting A simulation of how room brightness can be controlled by switching 1/3-2/3 fixtures ON or OFF with wall switches.

NEMA 4 Relay Panels for HID Relays
EPWE-Series Emergency Relay Panels
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Douglas Lighting Controls has manufactured and supplied lighting control equipment since 1962. Over the past nearly 50 years , Douglas has developed many lighting control firsts:

In the early 1960’s Douglas distributed the 2-wire relay, switches and panels for field assembly. Into the latter half of the decade, Douglas began to manufacture and install the first programmable lighting control system in North America using telecom technology.

The 1970’s marked a new era for Douglas Lighting Controls as we would go on to pioneer pre-assembled panels and promote pre-assembled lighting control systems as the standard for new construction projects.

The 1980’s saw the dawning of the personal computer era. Douglas would evolve, much like the world would evolve, as this magnificent tool would make its impact. Douglas Lighting Controls would take advantage of the numerous capabilities of the PC by incorporating it into our lighting controls systems and adding graphical control and data logging programs to our repertoire.

As various technologies made their way into the fabric of the controls industry in the 1990’s, Douglas Lighting Controls adopted the LonWorks control technology to a number of our control products and we officially joined the LonMark Lighting Control Standards group.

The 21st century opened to the world embracing the phenomenon that is the World Wide Web. The internet has simplified an innumerous amount of tasks and increased the accessibility for many control industries, including lighting controls. The early 2000’s saw Douglas Lighting Controls adding internet control and web access to our LonWorks lighting control product group.

Today, Douglas Lighting Controls Inc. engineers end-to-end energy efficient, easy to install and use, digital lighting control solutions for commercial buildings, campuses, and sports complexes throughout North America. Douglas systems include relays panels, controllers, occupancy/vacancy sensors, daylight sensors and wall switch stations. Douglas has a dedicated design team that produces system drawings and a technical support group for product questions and onsite system commissioning. With over 50 years in operation, Douglas is recognized for their deep understanding of lighting control systems and ability to provide the right solution for each facility.

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