Wireless adapters

Daintree's wireless adapters are for lighting controls within commercial and industrial buildings.

05/21/2012


Daintree Networks Inc. has expanded its line of wireless adapters for wireless lighting controls within commercial and industrial buildings. The new WA product family offers powerful control options to fit a variety of fixture types, customer requirements, and budgets. Daintree’s wireless adapters are low-cost, low-profile devices that add wireless connectivity and distributed control to lighting fixtures, sensors, wall switches, and other wired products within buildings. Through a wireless adapter, most fixtures and other off-the-shelf products can add the ZigBee communications standard at either the point of manufacture or the customer site, and connect to Daintree’s centralized ControlScope software and other ZigBee-certified wireless products.

Daintree Networks Inc.

www.daintree.net



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