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SSL | Systems + Applications | Smart Lighting + IoT | Controls | Luminaires | Feb 01, 2021

Luminis Integrates nLight® AIR Wireless Control Option

Luminis, an established innovator and manufacturer of specification-grade, interior and exterior lighting solutions, today announced a wide range of its luminaires will now be offered with nLight® AIR wireless lighting controls.

Products with the nLight AIR wireless control lighting option are:
•    Syrios (SY305, SY605, SY805)
•    Syrios Square (SQ405, SQ605, SQ805)
•    Aramis (AR160, AR162, AR164, AR166, AR168, AR170)
•    Prisma (PR1280, PR1282, PR1285, PR1287, PR1680, PR1685, PR1682, PR1687, PR1691, PR1696, PR2280, PR2285, PR2282, PR2287)
•    Hollowcore (HC1600, HC1605)
•    Maya (MA10-PMA, MA20, MA50)
•    Multilux (MU11, MU12, MU13, MU22, MU23)
•    Eclipse Mini (EC600, EC601, EC602, EC603, EC610, EC611, EC612, EC613, EC640, EC641, EC642, EC643)
•    Eclipse Maxi (EC800, EC801, EC802, EC803, EC810, EC811, EC812, EC813, EC840, EC841, EC842, EC843, EC869, EC870, EC871)
•    Lumistik (CL622, CL642, CL672, CL626, CL646, CL676, CL620, CL621, CL640, CL670, CL822, CL842, CL872, CL826, CL846, CL876, CL820, CL821, CL840, CL870)
•    Scirocco (SR115, SR215, SR135, SR315, SR365, SR620)
•    Bellevue (BVA21, BVA31, BVA32, BVG21, BVG31, BVG32, BVS21, BVS33)
•    Lumiquad (LQ420, LQ421, LQ440, LQ620, LQ640, LQ641, LQ670)

The nLight AIR wireless solution simplifies design and installation by embedding sensors directly into luminaires and providing a seamless connection to the nLight network. Lighting design is simplified by requiring fewer devices, making installation and space reconfiguration easier when using nLight enabled luminaires while eliminating the challenges of on-site interoperability.

Lighting designers and architects can choose nLight AIR technology across several Luminis families, including the award-winning Syrios, Maya, and Lumistik. The platform allows Luminis' luminaires to communicate with other nLight enabled devices such as dimmers, switches and occupancy sensors, both indoors and out. A digital network, with unmatched flexibility, can be created.

Designed to function as a standalone (one-room solution) or networked across an entire campus, the nLight AIR platform is ideal for renovations and new construction projects.

More information about Luminis nLight® AIR enabled products is available at https://www.luminis.com/products/nlight/

About Luminis:

Luminis, an Acuity Brands company, is an established manufacturer of contemporary specification grade indoor and outdoor lighting products. Combining timeless aesthetics and evolving technology, the company develops innovative luminaires that contribute to architectural intent while performing to the highest standards. Award-winning Luminis products are found in commercial, institutional, retail, and municipal applications and are available throughout North America. - www.luminis.com

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