Redwood Systems

  • System powers and controls up to 64 LED fixtures by converting any high voltage between 110V to 277V alternating current (AC) to low-voltage direct current (DC)
  • Provides two kinds of lighting gateways, including LED Gateway, which controls, powers, and dims LED fixtures, and the Universal Gateway whi...
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