Blue Box LT System

Energy Code Compliance
Lighting control panels (with a scheduled automatic shut-off) remain the most cost-effective solution for energy code compliance in common areas (lobbies, hallways), warehouse spaces, site lighting and signage. Use the Blue Box LT on your next project, instead of field-assembled contactor panels. Save time and money and get onto your next job FAST!
Build Your Blue Box LT System
Step 1. Master Panel: Each system needs one Master Blue Box LT
   - How many circuits (relays) will you need? For more than 16 relays, add a remote Blue Box LT. See enclosure sizes
   - Do you need a modem for remote dial-up programming?
   - Do you need a Digital Input Card for occupant sensors, or switches?

Step 2. Add Remote Panels: To control circuits fed from remote breaker panels, consider using multiple (remote) Blue Box LTs. Our intuitive network allows Blue Box LTs to share the time clock and photocell from the master Blue Box LT.
   - For each additional Blue Box LT, how many circuits (relays) will you need? See enclosure sizes
   - For each additional Blue Box LT,will you need a Digital Input Card for occupant sensors, or switches?

Step 3. Add Switches, Outdoor Photocells & Accessories
   - How many override switches do you need? How many buttons on each switch? (1 to 6 buttons cost the same)
   - Will you need a photocell to supplement the DTC astronomical clock?
   - Will you need any other accessories?
Build Your Blue Box LT System
Step 1. Master Panel: Each system needs one Master Blue Box LT
   - How many circuits (relays) will you need? For more than 16 relays, add a remote Blue Box LT. See enclosure sizes
   - Do you need a modem for remote dial-up programming?
   - Do you need a Digital Input Card for occupant sensors, or switches?

Step 2. Add Remote Panels: To control circuits fed from remote breaker panels, consider using multiple (remote) Blue Box LTs. Our intuitive network allows Blue Box LTs to share the time clock and photocell from the master Blue Box LT.
   - For each additional Blue Box LT, how many circuits (relays) will you need? See enclosure sizes
   - For each additional Blue Box LT,will you need a Digital Input Card for occupant sensors, or switches?

Step 3. Add Switches, Outdoor Photocells & Accessories
   - How many override switches do you need? How many buttons on each switch? (1 to 6 buttons cost the same)
   - Will you need a photocell to supplement the DTC astronomical clock?
   - Will you need any other accessories?
Build Your Blue Box LT System
Step 1. Master Panel: Each system needs one Master Blue Box LT
   - How many circuits (relays) will you need? For more than 16 relays, add a remote Blue Box LT. See enclosure sizes
   - Do you need a modem for remote dial-up programming?
   - Do you need a Digital Input Card for occupant sensors, or switches?

Step 2. Add Remote Panels: To control circuits fed from remote breaker panels, consider using multiple (remote) Blue Box LTs. Our intuitive network allows Blue Box LTs to share the time clock and photocell from the master Blue Box LT.
   - For each additional Blue Box LT, how many circuits (relays) will you need? See enclosure sizes
   - For each additional Blue Box LT,will you need a Digital Input Card for occupant sensors, or switches?

Step 3. Add Switches, Outdoor Photocells & Accessories
   - How many override switches do you need? How many buttons on each switch? (1 to 6 buttons cost the same)
   - Will you need a photocell to supplement the DTC astronomical clock?
   - Will you need any other accessories?