inteliLIGHT® Wi-SUN compatible street lighting remote managementinteliLIGHT®2021-02-09T10:46:35+00:00
Wi-SUN (IEEE 802.15.4g RF MESH) is a mesh type RF communication technology proven for years in a range of harsh and remote environments across the globe. Supports the latest IP-based security technologies for device authentication and encrypted communications.
inteliLIGHT® Wi-SUN compatible system architecture
inteliLIGHT® Wi-SUN compatible system components
inteliLIGHT® Wi-SUN compatible controllers
Enables individual remote management of streetlight lamps with electronic ballast up to 400W (ON/ OFF/ Dimming).
Specially designed and optimized for Wi-SUN (mesh RF networks).
Autonomous operation based on predefined schedules, light level sensor and adaptive lighting.
Adaptive lighting capabilities based on digital input for motion sensing.
Bandwidth efficient with minimal communication requirements.
Secure communication based on encryption keys.
Wide range of electrical parameters monitoring: V, W, A, VAR, Wh, VARh, PF and frequency.
Advanced data synchronization and notification mechanism.
Battery operated RTC, protected against unforeseen communication failure.
External infrared interface for local configuration.
The NEMA socket (ANSI C136.41) retrofitting version designed for carrying out the remote management of a luminary in street lighting installations with lamps using electronic ballast up to 500W, with 0-10V (220) or DALI (220D) control interface.
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