Pico Expansion Modules
Pico Expansion Modules
Pico Expansion Modules extend the power and reach of the Poco Digital Lighting Control system making it possible to control other manufacturers’ luminaires, lighting accessories and devices that do not have the sophisticated PLI technology built-in.
- Control lighted speakers, third-party lights and lighting accessories (C4)
- Compatible with Poco Digital Lighting Control system
- Assign Poco virtual commands to mechanical switches (S8)
- Can be retrofitted with no additional wire runs
- Simple in-line installation
- Works with standard 2-wire system
- Two options available (C-4 and S-8)
The Pico C-4 module provides Poco or TTP control of third party RGB or RGBW lighting accessories. This means that everything from lighted speakers, to cupholders, to yacht letters can be controlled through the Poco system and seamlessly integrated into the vessel’s overall lighting scheme. On vessels not equipped with the Poco system, the Pico C-4 provides control of color and intensity through any normal on/off switch, using Lumitec’s field-proven TTP protocol.
The Pico S-8 module provides the ability to assign Poco virtual switch commands to physical mechanical switches (8 max). This means that your MFD can remain on a dedicated screen, or even be turned off, and a physical switch will activate the virtual switch command through the Poco module.
Easy to Setup & Configure
Poco is easy to configure through our intuitive software interface. Light groups, switches, scenes and modes, all can be set up or edited right from an onboard MFD or connected tablet or smartphone. giving you unprecedented lighting control at your fingertips.
Easy To Install
The Poco Digital Lighting Control module is a simple 2-wire installation and can replace up to 4 conventional on/off switches or dimmer modules. The Poco module controls up to 4 channels and up to 32 “virtual circuits” and requires no additional command wires.
Easy on Your Budget
The Poco Digital Lighting Control system is very cost-effective, reduces the number of required physical circuits, wires, and switches, which allows builders to save money while offering their customers the sophisticated control previously found only on high-end yachts.