The new Philips ActiLume Wireless 1-10V control system allows automatic regulation system for indoor lighting by using the RF ZigBee Protocol to eliminate the need for cables.

Philips ActiLume WirelessAs part of the ActiLume, a system of affordable and simple control that allows the automatic regulation of the fluorescent lighting indoors, Philips It has developed two versions: ActiLume 1-10 V and DALI, with a multiple presence detection and designed light level sensor to be installed directly in the luminaires.

Philips ActiLume WirelessThe ActiLume Wireless 1-10 controller uses the Protocol RF ZigBee as a flexible solution and savings in installations where wiring is a problem, enabling the simultaneous operation of all the luminaires located in the same space or room.

This control system can achieve energy savings of up to 70%, according to company data, as well as the maximum lighting comfort, since it controls the sources of light in general lighting applications, combining the detection of presence and natural light.

ActiLume Wireless 1-10V is especially suitable for installations with ceiling lighting fixtures, free standing or in rooms where it is difficult to deploy additional control cables, the option to form part of the wireless network.

Philips ActiLume WirelessThis system is combined with the sensor ActiLume and balatos 1-10V to provide different alternatives for control of lighting without cables in an installation, whose implementation is underway with remote control with which scenes can also be configured, and which also allows the personal control.

In addition, the system can work seamlessly with all sensors OccuSwitchWireless range of Philips, with the option to create wireless networks up to sixteen devices, even link lights that do not support integrated sensors for maximum luminous efficiency and energy saving .

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By • 14 Jun, 2013
• Section: To fund, Lighting

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