Lighting connected and controllable

Actis is a product range of smart and autonomous LPC (Light Point Controller) nodes used for the remote control of light points equipped with 1-10V or DALI protocol drivers. Specially designed for every type of street light, including applications such as residential, urban and road. Supplied with different LPWAN communications and compatible with several standard socket luminaires like Nema7.

Technical Specifications

  • Different switch on/off luminaire control: remote or automatic management by astronomical clock or photocell (only available on Nema 7 and Zhaga Edition).
  • Available with most used dimming control: DALI protocol and/or 1-10V signals. Soon available with DALI-2 protocol, which enables data acquisition and point to point control up to 8 luminaires or sensors.
  • Equipped with relay output and Real time clock for controlling luminaire’s ON/OFF and activating the preset lighting Schedule.
  • Network analyzer included in some models to measure the electrical parameters of each luminaire: voltage, current, energy, power factor, active and reactive power.
  • Some models will be available with analogic and digital inputs for data acquisition of external sensors, like present or activity sensors, traffic counting detector, environmental devices…
  • Plug-and play installation for luminaires compatible with the most extended standard socket of the market NEMA and Zhaga.
  • Safety mode implemented: luminaires will be always switch on in case of fault. Integrated temperature sensor to detect and prevent defects or failures.
  • Artificial intelligence algorithms inside that generates real-time alarms and identify abnormal functioning.
  • Remote firmware updated possible for some network technologies.
  • Lamp accurate location through board integrated GPS (only available in some models).
  • New and extended LPWAN wireless technologies to adapt to different scenarios: LoRaWan, Sigfox, NB-IoT, LTE-M, GPRS and EDGE. They include different mechanism that improve the signal broadcasting. Hence, the connected devices can reach higher communication ranges with low power consumption and better deep indoor penetration. These LPWAN can operate in local, national or global networks.

Use cases

  • Clean & Efficient City:
    • Point to point remote management of luminaires, detecting irregularities in consumption or operational malfunctions, as well as compiling consumption and savings reports.
    • Adaptive lighting based on real-time human presence or traffic density.
    • Acquisition of environmental parameters: noise, air pollution, temperature and humidity, brightness, traffic density...
  • Safe City:
    • Variable lighting intensity and colour temperature, which provides better visibility and awareness for evacuation.
    • Fire Detection by Monitoring the combustion gases and preemptive fire conditions to define alert zones.
    • Direct and effective communication with citizens: Panic mode activation, Emergency announcement and alerts...

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