Smart streetlight controllers are the base of every smart street lighting installation. They can be connected to the power cabinet (directly to the lighting panel power source) or to the lamp, with restrictions in terms of design, installation and communication. To keep deployment cost at a minimum, inteliLIGHT engineers have invested in several mounting solutions to ensure smooth lamp upgrade and fast lighting controller installation: with standardised connectors (NEMA, Zhaga) and wired (embedded, in-pole).
Mounted on-lamp through plug-and-play installation, Zhaga is a newer, more compact connector, developed especially for today’s slim LED fixtures. Produced according to a global lighting-industry standard, Zhaga connectors can be deployed on existing lighting infrastructure and integrated with third-party solutions. Zhaga sockets are suitable for outdoor installations.
Zhaga led light controllers are compatible with:
The NEMA socket is a standardised connector for streetlight controllers, derived from the American socket standard, that can be easily mounted through plug-and-play installation on NEMA compatible lamps. Powering up is automatic and the luminaire is available immediately for feedback and control. NEMA sockets are sealed and suitable for outdoor deployments.
NEMA smart streetlight controllers are compatible with:
Designed to minimize occupied space, the embedded streetlight controller is the best way to keep the lamp’s architectural value intact. Mounted inside the pole, the controller can be wire-connected into most luminaire designs and can be embedded straight from the lamp production line, allowing any producer to offer ready smart lighting fixtures.
Embedded smart streetlight controllers are compatible with:
The inteliLIGHT® pole-mounted controller is the most flexible form factor option available as it does not require any special connections or certain lamp types. With its IP66 protection rating and compact dimensions, the controller can be installed directly inside or on the lighting pole, so it can be used to retrofit existing street lighting with minimal visual impact and virtually no civil works.
Pole-mounted outdoor light controllers are compatible with: