FX Luminaire - Luxor ZD 300W Controller & Transformer - Matte Gray Finish


FX Luminaire - Luxor ZD 300W Controller & Transformer - Matte Gray Finish
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FX Luminaire - Luxor ZD 300W Controller & Transformer - Matte Gray Finish


SKU: LZD-300-M

With the Luxor 300W transformer controlling an LED landscape lighting system, lights don't simply turn on and off. They come alive. Luxor offers both zoning and dimming capabilities that provide virtually limitless design possibilities.

  • Zoning allows lights to be programmed into preset themes, which can be activated for special occasions such as parties, or activities such as barbequing.
  • Dimming allows lights to automatically emit any desired illumination percentage anytime, anywhere within a system.
  • With only two wires to connect each fixture nothing changes on setup with Luxor. Communication is sent over the same wires that are used to power each light using any wiring technique you choose.
  • Every FX ZD Fixture attached to the Luxor can now be adjusted throughout the night using Groups which are called to action using diming and the exact time you set.
  • Astronomical timing is one of the best ways to turn on and off a lighting system without the need of a photocell. At FX we created an easy to use map placement feature to select your location. No more numbers, zip codes, or manuals to read, just point to your location.
  • A living space changes throughout the night depending on your activity. Using Luxor, you can illuminate a seating area, dining table, or spa at different times of the night or even on different days.
  • Pre set-up themes: Change a set of groups as one by setting it up as a theme. Adjust it for the seasons, or have setting for when its time to have an outdoor movie night. Themes allow quick and easy call up of a set of groups at predetermined intensity levels.
  • A great lighting system has to be maintained throughout the year. Now every project is a living system that can be updated from season to season or as a landscape environment grow. Instead of just re-aiming lights, lights can be pulled together in an ever changing symphony of events.