Wireless lighting control sytem

The wireless lighting control system is designed with LED luminaries, wireless battery powered wall switches, and a mobile configuration app.

10/31/2016


The wireless lighting control system is designed with LED luminaries, wireless battery powered wall switches, and a mobile configuration app. Courtesy: Acuity BrandsThe wireless lighting control system with five-tier security is designed for building owners and contractors upgrading facilities to LED lighting control solutions. These systems are deployed using the building's existing wiring and support compliance with state energy code requirements. They also include LED luminaries, wireless battery powered wall switches, and a mobile configuration app. The luminaries have a multi-function sensor that detects and shares motion, daylight, and temperature data via integrated radios. Each control device has a dual wireless radio solution with 900 MHz and Bluetooth low-energy communication technologies. The app has a touch-based user interface that provides real-time feedback and complete configuration of the lighting devices. The wall switches can be remotely managed via the app.

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