Smart lighting technology powers energy savings

Smart lighting technology powers energy savings

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New connected lighting solutions empower city leaders to improve the safety and quality of life in their communities and streamline facilities management and operations for businesses worldwide.

The latest illumination innovations were on display at LightFair International (LFI) May 8-10, 2018, in Chicago.

Eaton was one of the companies showcasing their solutions for building professionals.

"Connected technology is quickly becoming an expectation in all aspects of our lives. We're helping our customers not only realize the efficiency and convenience of controlling light but also use data and insights to address more complex challenges," said Kraig Kasler, president, Eaton's Lighting Division. "We have the ability to light, power and connect virtually any setting or application, and the industry is taking notice of our comprehensive portfolio. From office buildings and campuses to residences and community parks, Eaton is uniquely positioned to lead the way to a connected future."

Eaton introduced two new advanced smart lighting systems at the show:

WaveLinx Wireless Connected Lighting System is a simple-to-install system designed for plug-and-play connectivity in either stand-alone or building network applications. The system expansion that debuted at LFI includes outdoor lighting capabilities, Lighting Xpert Insight software integration and hardware updates for both interior and outdoor office lighting applications.

Halo Home Smart Lighting System is a simple, smart and secure way to wirelessly control smart lights from anywhere in a building or home. Eaton is among the first in the industry to leverage Bluetooth mesh networking to enable connectivity through compatible smart devices, as there is no internet or hub required.

The expanded portfolio debuting at LFI included an Outdoor Security Smart LED Floodlight and Internet Access Bridge, which enables remote access and integrates voice control capabilities with popular smart home devices, such as Amazon Echo or Alexa products.

Eaton also exhibited its full slate of connected lighting systems and products, including:

LumaWatt Pro Connected Lighting System powered by Enlighted is a wireless sensor platform that transforms a connected building lighting system into an IoT infrastructure. The system's advanced LED lighting technologies delivers up to 70 percent savings on lighting energy costs; while the wireless sensing capability acquires actionable, granular data on lighting energy performance, space utilization, real-time location services and building system integration.

Distributed Low-Voltage Power System (DLVP) delivers low-voltage power, LED lighting and full controls functionality out-of-the-box; while reducing total installation costs by up to 20 percent.

ConnectWorks Wireless Connected Lighting System powered by CIMCON makes it simple to wirelessly program and control a network of outdoor lighting to unlock maximum energy efficiency and less lighting outages. ConnectWorks helps simplify complex challenges and rising energy costs facing communities, cities and campuses.


Topics: Automation and Controls, Building Owners and Managers, Energy Audit / Energy Management, Lighting - Energy Efficient Lighting, Office Buildings

Companies: Eaton


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