The lighting industry has been transformed by the rapid rise of LED technology over the past decade. When compared with traditional lighting solutions, an LED luminaire can dramatically reduce both energy consumption and maintenance requirements. Less money and less downtime wasted on expensive lamp and ballast replacement can equal significant savings each year. The possibility of further savings has been brought about by the use of smart lighting controls.
Connected via a wireless network, smart controls give organisations the opportunity to monitor and manage their lighting systems in real-time. Consider the benefits of reducing light levels during quiet periods or increasing it during inclement weather or to assist emergency services responding to incidents. Instant reporting also means faults can be identified and repaired much quicker than in the past.
Advanced Lighting Technologies have succesfully installed a number of Smart Control systems for organisations around Australia. Our expert staff are equipped with the experience and knowledge to ensure a seamless implementation. Here’s a few of the products we displayed recently at the Street Lighting & Smart Controls Conference in Brisbane.
DimOnOff Wireless Control System
Considered a pioneer and innovator in wireless control and remote monitoring technology, DimOnOff are a Canadian company at the forefront of their field. ADLT offer DimOnOff’s wireless solution that individualises control of luminaires and allows one-by-one management. Controlled using a computer or mobile device, light fittings can be switched on or off and dimmed/brightened as required and more.
Cree RSW Series Street Light
One of the world’s leading lighting manufacturers, Cree are constantly generating new and innovative LED technology. The RSW Series is no exception; featuring a warm 3K colour temperature (CCT) and a colour rendering index (CRI) score of 80, the RSW provides the right kind of bright without sacrificing efficacy. A lightweight-yet-robust design means the RSW is build to last.