Networked lighting control system

nLIGHT network lighting control technology is available from Acuity Brands.

06/04/2012


Acuity Brands Inc. offers the addition of wireless capabilities to its nLiGHT network lighting control technology. The nWiFi solution from Sensor Switch uses existing WiFi network infrastructure to further simplify control installation and reduce hardware costs. The nWiFi solution adds conventional WiFi technology (802.11n) to nLight devices, such as occupancy sensors and relays, enabling them to seamlessly communicate with both wired and wireless nLiGHT lighting control zones. Additionally, nWiFi devices can directly communicate to locally wired nLight devices through CAT-5 cables. Already installed in multiple locations, the nWiFi solution is an addition to the wired nLiGHT network, leveraging the widespread industry knowledge around the 802.11 protocol.

Acuity Brands Inc.

www.acuitybrands.com



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