- allows increase in employees’ efficiency
- significant reduction of energy cost
- simple to install and configure
- without the need for connection wires
- adding new lamps, sensors and creating lamp groups in zones is easy and intuitive
- lighting management and control is done via internet browser on your phone, tablet or PC
- the ability to create lighting schedules for each zone separately
- to adjust the light to current needs in a smart way
- the energy consumption of the whole system or each separate zone can be monitored in real-time and the data can be used to generate periodic reports
- monitoring allows optimisation of lighting and generates further energy savings
- minimisation of energy consumption with scheduling of operation for each lamp group depending on the time and day of the week
- additional savings with weekly schedule exceptions for holidays, extra holidays or planned production stops, and the ability to set different operation mode for such exceptions
- intuitive lighting management with the ability to name lamps, lamp groups and sensors visible in the application
- safety with 2 levels of system access (for administrator and operator
- system personalisation with client logo in application
- any size of lighting installation with the ability to connect and group an unlimited number of lamps
- effective and cost-efficient control over lighting of the selected light group with the use of just one illuminance sensor
- intelligent configuration of lamp operation in the selected zone with the use of many motion sensors or wall-mounted switches
- flexibility in configuration of lighting operation with the use of signals from any sensor to control multiple lamp groups at once
- automatic system login for newly connected lamps and sensors
- system equipped with motion sensors or wall-mounted switches enables individual programming of behaviour for movement/no movement or switch on/off modes for each lamp group
- full control over lighting with an option to switch lamp groups’ control from automatic to manual; automatic control follows programmed schedule and sensor status; manual control allows to set illuminance for each lamp group manually
- smart test mode function makes it easy to identify lamps and sensors on site (blinking)
- safe mode function provides full lighting in case of communication fault or central module coming off-line
- direct access to the most important information on energy consumption of the lighting system
- current monitoring of energy used by the whole lighting system or by any lamp group
- ability to view energy consumption and energy savings chart reports for the whole lighting system or for any lamp group; report types available:
a. daily report with 1-hour resolution
b. weekly report with 24-hour resolution
c. monthly report with 24-hour resolution
- ability to export energy consumption and energy savings data sorted “date to date” with an hourly or daily data resolution
Main control unit
Programmable device allowing configuration of the lighting system according to needs. Responsible for sending commands and receiving messages from devices such as lamp, sensor, button. One central module can serve up to 100 wireless modules. Sharing application for the lighting system operation scheduling and control.
Allows to build a radio network structure comprising an unlimited number of lamps; a single unit has an ability to connect up to 100 lamps. The network can be expanded by adding consecutive communication units. Responsible for transmitting signals between the control unit and other devices.
Luminaire control unit
Installed on a lamp; used for communication between units and between sensors and main control station. On/off control of lamps up to 1 kW. Brightness control using 1–10 V power supply unit input.
Works with the HC401SRC/R microwave motion detector; allows sharing its control signal through wireless network. Used to switch on/off a selected group of lamps, or just one lamp, when the sensor detects motion. Ability to adjust on/off brightness level within 0–100% range of lamp power.
Works with the HC401SRC/R microwave motion detector; allows sharing its control signal through wireless network. Responsible for adjusting brightness of a whole group of lamps, or just one lamp, to a required level. The outside sun/shade conditions are taken into account when setting the inside illuminance.