Networked (Wirelessly)
Individual luminaires and control devices can exchange information to make intelligent decisions either independently or area, building or site wide.
Occupancy Sensing
Light levels are adjusted based upon presence or absence of people in specific areas. Movement can be pre-empted through communication amongst surrounding fixtures.
Daylight Harvesting
Automatically monitor natural daylight and reduce energy use accordingly.
Fork Lift Interaction
Senses fork lift activity and maintains a programmable pool of light in a radius around any number of moving or stationary fork lifts.
Task Tuning
Ability to set light levels for individual or groups of luminaries to suit task specific requirements.
Software Reconfigurable Zoning
Ability to group luminaires into virtual zones to respond to sensor inputs (such as occupancy or daylight harvesting).
Continuous Dimming
Power levels are proportional to dim ratio, which is adjustable from 0%-100%. Provides minimal step change for occupants.
User Interface
Setup over the air using Laptop or PC application.
Sensors are integrated into the luminaire as is the network interface. Simple, reliable and rugged.
Distributed Intelligence
Luminaries are autonomous and there is no reliance on central processors or gateways to provide reliable operation.
Plug and Play
Plug in power and go. System largely self configures with no need for complex commissioning. This enables very rapid installation and commissioning (>1,000 fittings in 3 days) with minimal site interruption.
Personal Control
Personal emitters can be provided to enable individuals to set preferences within a space (e.g. security guards)
Load Shedding (Demand Response)
Luminaires can respond to load shedding requests to reduce power demand. e.g. Emergency lighting or back up generator operation.
Temperature Monitoring
Ability to log environmental temperature conditions for 2D mapping of cool room operations.
Long Life
Designed for > 20yr fixture life. Uses the best components available and eliminates major points of component failure common in traditional driver technologies.
Improved Light
Improved levels of light and colour rendering results in less strain, improved task performance and fewer accidents.
System Upgrades
Over The Air upgrades enable customers to benefit from future developments in algorithms that deliver advances in operation and improved energy savings.