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nLight Dimming Devices: What Is The Different Between "Temporary" and "Temporary Override" In The "WallPod Dimming Adjustment" Setting?

NOTE:  The "Temporary" and "Temporary Override" settings for the "Wallpod Dimming Adjustments" are used for maintaining the same "occupied bright level" after cycling the lights.  The difference between the two will only show if there is an ADC photocell in the zone:

Temporary – if you dim the lights while set for “temporary”, it will adjust the “dual zone offset” but still allow photocell control of the lights.  The lights will follow the photocell at an offset until the lights are cycled, and then they will begin following the photocell directly once again.

Temporary Override – if you dim the lights while set for “temporary override”, it will adjust the “dual zone offset” but disable photocell control.  Light will stay at that specific dim level until the lights are cycled, and then they will begin following the photocell directly once again.

 

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