Toggled iQ Included on DesignLights Consortium® Networked Lighting Controls Qualified Products List
TROY, Mich., June 22, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Toggled iQ, a smart building data and device management system, today announced its inclusion on the DesignLights Consortium (DLC) Networked Lighting Controls (NLC) qualified products list (QPL), which compares networked lighting control systems and determines eligibility for utility incentives and rebates.
“Following an extensive application and review process, we are excited to receive DLC certification. Knowing that our Toggled iQ products meet all technical requirements of the certification, we will continue to provide the best in smart building connectivity,” said Dan Hollenkamp, Toggled iQ chief operating officer. “This designation ensures that our commercial customers can qualify for applicable sponsored lighting controls rebate programs throughout the U.S., opening up doors for customer cost savings and guaranteed energy efficiency.”
This designation allows Toggled iQ, which enables customers the ability to create customized and scalable solutions across use cases including lighting control, HVAC, remote sensors, and building controls, to qualify for all applicable utility rebate programs. The NLC program enables widespread adoption of networked lighting controls in commercial buildings, working in partnership with utilities, energy efficiency programs, and the lighting industry.
Smart building control products that receive this designation are required to pass a rigoous application process, which includes a formal technical requirement application, followed by a detailed system review and extensive customer follow-up, as well as verification steps.
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