Products, Materials & Tools | Jan 16, 2013

Vossloh Schwabe and Grah Lighting Demonstrate Unique LED Street Lighting Control System

European manufacturer of LED lighting Grah Lighting and Vossloh Schwabe, a member of the Panasonic group and technology leader in the lighting sector presented the intelligent newly developed LED street lighting control system in Slovenske Konjice, Slovenia.

“Without exception, Lighting Control Systems for Outdoor Applications (LiCS) provide the most efficient and most flexible control solutions for outdoor lighting” said Vossloh-Schwabe’s representative at the press conference. Control modules were integrated in Grah Lighting LSL® luminaires on test street in town Slovenske Konjice in Slovenia for the first time.

Light management system enables centralised control of individual luminaires with the advantage of a constant online link and the ability to monitor the lighting system. Representative of Grah Lighting emphasized that “the system makes it possible to get regular feedback data from the luminaire about its energy consumption, current, power, voltage, temperature, lighting hours etc. Our products have compatible electronic components, which together with LiCS system function flawlessly. ” The Mayor of Slovenske Konjice added: “Municipality of Slovenske Konjice has been working hard on the field of street lighting over the past years. Our cooperation with Grah Lighting and Vossloh-Schwabe resulted in lighting solution, which saves energy, achieves sustainable cost reductions and at the same time makes a valuable contribution to reducing CO2 emissions.”

The system can be programmed to ensure that certain lighting groups can be switched on after a specified delay or switched off earlier, but without impacting the lighting requirements by relevant standards. All this results in further saving potential. Thanks to the system’s remote monitoring functions, it will be possible to optimise maintenance processes as well as better plan maintenance work and budget. The combination of premium quality Grah Lighting products and accurate Vossloh Schwabe’s control system represents one of the most technically sophisticated products on the global lighting market.  

About Grah Lighting:

Grah Lighting (www.grahlighting.com) has combined its 15 years of LED technology expertise in automotive industry, overall know-how from street lighting science with own integrated 360° approachTM to develop one of the most advanced LED street and commercial lights, which are breaking all records in quality, illumination and energy efficiency worldwide. Grah Lighting was established as a fully specialized division for the LED street and industrial light program of the company SG Automotive d.o.o., which is a trusted partner and supplier for leading car manufacturers.

About Vossloh Schwabe:
Whether cost-effective standard components or tailor-made product developments are needed, the company satisfies even the most diverse market and customer requirements. Vossloh-Schwabe’s extensive product portfolio covers all lighting components and systems: electronic and magnetic ballasts, lampholders, control systems, LED systems with matching control gear units as well as OLEDs. For additional information about VS, please visit www.vs.vossloh-schwabe.com/eng/

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