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What are some types of computerized light controllers?

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The 40-Channel Light Controller from Revival Control Systems and the American District Telegraph from ADT Home Security are computerized light controllers. The ADT offering features a voice-controlled smart home application, text messages notification and energy consumption management embedded together through its automated wireless control, states ADT Home Security.

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On the other hand, the 40-Channel Light Controller features a microprocessor-based intelligence feature that controls dimming, fading, ramping and fading. The microprocessor is connected to a wireless network using a standard Cat5 cable, which enables an operator to command a complex lighting effect on a specific channel.

The 40-Channel Light Controller also comes with Prism software that makes it easy to manage its multiple light channels, states Revival Control Systems.

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