A few answers to the most important general questions often asked about InteliLIGHT

Can I manage other services other than the street lighting through inteliLIGHT®?

inteliLIGHT® controllers can be used to monitor and manage other applications along the street lighting grid, such as sprinklers or access barriers that require remote on/off switching. Also, with the street lighting networks controlled by inteliLIGHT® being continuously under power, they allow the use of sensors and add-ons even during the day. Advertising back-lit panels on the poles, Electric Vehicle charging infrastructure all over the city or wireless communication devices are only a few ideas that can bring additional incomes to your community.

What kind of applications and sensors can be added to inteliLIGHT®?

Due to the lamp-level control, the street light networks managed by inteliLIGHT® are continuously under power. Therefore, there is a large array of sensors and applications that can be mounted on the lighting network. Security cameras, communication antennas, pollution sensors, noise detectors or traffic density sensors are just a few examples, we can adjust the system to suit your particular needs.

How long does it take until actually noticing the energy saving?

After installing the first Remote Terminal Unit (operating maximum 250 street lighting fixtures), you can start using the system and benefit from the savings immediately. Energy costs are immediately reduced by up to 35% for the afferent lights through intelligent on/off switching, targeted progressive dimming and overall efficient management of the consumption.

What kind of civil works are required when implementing inteliLIGHT®?

There are no civil works needed for inteliLIGHT®. We use your existing lighting grid for communications and energy supply, we adapt to any IP-based communication solution available in the area and we install our controllers and communication devices on the existing infrastructure of lighting fixtures and distribution cabinets.

Do I need to replace any of the street lamps or their components in order to implement the inteliLIGHT® system?

You don’t have to change any components in order to successfully implement inteliLIGHT®. The system is able to manage and monitor any luminary in street lighting installations, even decorative and architectural lighting. Our controllers successfully manage all LED and high intensity discharge lamps available on the market (HID – mercury vapor lamps, metal halide lamps and sodium lamps), using either magnetic or electronic ballasts. Our solution can be therefore easily embedded and adapts immediately to your existing infrastructure of cables, poles, ballasts and light bulbs.

How detailed is the management capability of the inteliLIGHT® system?

inteliLIGHT® is a remote street lighting management solution that offers you detailed, lamp-level management capabilities of every street light in your city and ensures that the right amount of light is provided where and when needed. Equally important, in-depth grid management gives an accurate real-time feedback of any change occurring along the grid, reduces energy loss and offers advanced maintenance optimization tools. Using the existing infrastructure, you can have live detailed information over the grid and transform the existing distribution level network into an intelligent infrastructure for the future.

What is the maximum number of lamps that you can manage through inteliLIGHT®?

inteliLIGHT® is prepared to manage a virtually unlimited number of lamps or other devices along the street lighting grid. Due to our advanced communication solution and repeating mechanisms, we can operate the system in practically any environment, regardless of the lighting infrastructure’s dimensions. Also, the inteliLIGHT® StreetLight Control Enterprise version of our software can efficiently manage any large agglomeration or metropolis, being more adaptable and scalable than ever.

What are the main benefits of the inteliLIGHT® System?

InteliLIGHT can be implemented without any lamp replacements and without any civil works. It uses an array of sensors and add-ons to suit your particular needs. Also, by using open protocols, it is adaptable to third-party components and integrates with other present and future city systems.

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