Lighting Update: Sensity Systems Light Sensory Networks; Cireon LEDs; NexLight Building Occupany Sensors
Sensity Systems says its comprehensive Light Sensory Networks (LSN)-enabled LED luminaires are now generally available. Each luminaire supports a set of cloud applications with Sensity’s NetSense platform. The platform includes sensors and high-bandwidth networking that light owners can use to collect, monitor, analyze and act on real-time information for improved lighting and for diverse applications such as public safety, environmental and weather monitoring, parking and asset management. All Sensity LED luminaires that are LSN-enabled include occupancy/motion, ambient, energy and temperature sensors offering analytics and reporting for actual power and consumed and saved; energy optimization scheduling; user-defined group lighting; and predictive maintenance and real-time fault notification.
LED lighting system manufacturer Cireon will convert its entire catalog of lighting products to the Philips Lumileds Luxeon T. Cireon designs and manufactures lighting systems for commercial and industrial use. Cireon says a benefit of the Luxeon T is the achievement of a 3oC/W thermal resistance – a level of heat distribution that allows these units to heat sink at twice the capacity of their predecessors, allowing the Luxeon T units to run cooler and last longer. The Luxeon T also brings Cireon’s lighting systems an increase of more than 10 percent in output while simultaneously reducing the energy consumption by 10 percent.
NexLight, a provider of relay-panel-based lighting control systems, says its new PerfectSense product line – Intelligent Building Occupancy Sensors – is now available in North America. Specifically designed to meet the demands of Title 24 and ASHRAE 90.1 2010, these dual-technology sensors provide energy savings and code compliance for commercial and industrial building markets. For example, NexLight’s commercial-grade PIR wall switch occupancy sensor (PS-PWS1277) provides automatic control of loads by detecting motion and ambient light within the designated area. Designed for spaces up to 1,000 square feet, typical applications include private offices, small classrooms and storage rooms.
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