Components | Electronics | Controls | Smart Lighting & IoT | Outdoor Applications | Apr 17, 2019

Nedap Introduces Luxon IoT Node for Outdoor Lighting

Nedap is extending its Luxon IoT Node portfolio with a version developed for smart and wireless outdoor lighting control: The Luxon IoT Node Outdoor. The compact Luxon IoT Node Outdoor fits inside all LED fixtures using a standardised Zhaga/NEMA connector. This makes it very simple to unlock the full savings potential of LED technology.

Features:
•    Cost-effective solution to create internet connected and wirelessly
     controlled luminaires
•    Philips SR, Osram, Dexal, DALI and -V ready
•    Small dimensions
•    Standard Zhaga interface
•    Luxon Cloud compatible
•    Easy to install
•    Integrated lux and temperature sensor
•    OTA programming

Nedap Luxon Cloud features:
•    Time, daylight, motion and dim control
•    Direct motion sensor control
•    Flexible group assigning
•    Multi-site management
•    Management reports
•    Calculated energy logging

With the introduction of the outdoor node, Nedap is taking the next step in connectivity for the lighting market. Jeroen Somsen, managing director at Nedap Light Controls: "We've seen many solutions that focus on office environments and homes, but for industrial applications with outdoor locations, development has lagged behind. It's a missed opportunity, because this is precisely where a lot of energy is consumed, and where maintenance is a challenge. With the Luxon IoT Node Outdoor, we're offering a solution through connectivity that will have a significant impact on energy consumption and operational costs, especially in demanding environments. While a LED retrofit halves energy consumption, connected lighting reduces energy consumption by as much as 75 percent."

For more information regarding the Luxon IoT Node Outdoor, please visit   en.nedap-luxon.com/light-management/luxon-iot-node-outdoor.html

About Nedap Luxon:

Nedap Luxon is an online lighting management platform. It allows the wireless and smart control of luminaires, which makes additional energy savings possible. Lighting is always tailored to the needs of the user, and lights are on only when and where they are needed. The system also provides an insight into performance and consumption, enabling future optimisation and proactive maintenance. Nedap's various dashboards make it possible for users to manage all their business locations online within a single system. Luxon combines easily with any lighting system.

About Nedap NV:

Nederlandsche Apparatenfabriek, or 'Nedap',is a high-tech company that creates high-quality, innovative hardware and software products that enable people to be more productive and successful in their work. Nedap NV is active around the world, with approximately 700 employees. The company was founded in 1929 and has been listed on Euronext Amsterdam since 1947. The head office is located in Groenlo, the Netherlands. - www.nedap-lightcontrols.com

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