Components | Electronics | Controls | Smart Lighting & IoT | Indoor Applications | Outdoor Applications | Mar 13, 2018

Casambi Presents New Class 2 Embedded Bluetooth 4.0 Module at Light + Building

Casambi, the world’s leading provider of smart wireless lighting control technologies, will showcase at Light + Building 2018 the ecosystem of its rapidly-expanding Casambi Ready product portfolio. On display will be an extensive range of partner products, drivers, dimmers, switches, and control modules all working harmoniously with Casambi’s native products.

At the show, Casambi will present its new Class 2 embedded Bluetooth 4.0 module, which provides integration possibilities to LED drivers, different lighting control applications, light fixtures and LED bulbs. The CBM-002A/B has a powerful 32-bit ARM® Cortex™-M4 CPU and a 2.4 GHz transceiver and two antenna options. The company will also reveal a new hardware solution that enables the use of DALI sensors for presence detection or daylight harvesting as well as the control of DALI drivers that have an integrated DALI bus power supply.

Casambi will also demonstrate the benefits users will gain from the latest release of the company’s lighting control app for smartphones, smart watches and tablets. The Bluetooth-based software enables easier commissioning and improved functionality to access multiple wireless networks in larger buildings, better management of daylight harvesting, and improved tools for creating changing lighting.

Held between 18 – 23 March at Frankfurt am Main, Germany, Light + Building is the leading trade fair for lighting, design and building innovation which attracted over 216,000 international visitors in 2016 when the event was last staged.

For more information, visit www.casambi.com

About Casambi:

Founded in 2011, Casambi’s wireless lighting control software platform empowers users of smart devices to interact effortlessly with modern lighting around them. Based on Bluetooth Low Energy, the award-winning Casambi solution delivers a dynamic user experience, exceptional reliability and unrivalled performance. From basic, individual lighting-fixture controls to industrial-scale solutions with cloud-based remote control, monitoring and data logging, Casambi’s technology can be easily integrated at low cost into lighting fixtures, drivers and modules. Additionally, installations can gain advanced lighting control functionality with minimal hardware and deployment outlay. Casambi develops its products in Finland and has a growing sales and support service across Europe, North America and Asia.

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