- dresden elektronik ingenieurtechnik gmbh
- Enno-Heidebroek-Str. 12
- 01237 Dresden
- Luci Arlit
- +49 (351) 31850-35
Wireless light control for professionals
ZigBee makes reliable 1-10V lighting technology flexible
In these days dresden elektronik has presented the new wireless electronic ballast FLS-A lp in a slim low-profile case. The electronic ballast is designed for industrial purposes and enables proven 1-10V systems to use the extended control possibilities of the ZigBee profile. Lamps with 1-10V connections are now getting integrated into the ZigBee network which opens up a wide range of creative options for professional lighting technicians. Wireless lights can be managed using all operating and monitoring options which are standard in the ZigBee world. From a PC or a mobile device, groups can be flexibly configured and a variety of lamps can be dimmed or switched individually or combined. The four channels of the FLS-A allow at least ten lamps to be connected to each depending on the power pack – this means one control device manages 40 lamps in this case. The channels are controlled independently of each other. Depending on your needs the lamps connected to a control can be assigned to groups by channel and differently served. In a very convenient way light can conjure a good feeling, increase performance, represent, and so on. There is no question about the benefits of daylight-based or event-driven control to provide an effective use of energy.
Installation does not require milling cable ducts or laying any cable, easily giving a building intelligent light control. Exisiting lighting systems can be upgraded. The FLS-A is compatible with other ZigBee systems, e.g. Osram Lightify pro.
The product will soon be available in the shop at https://shop.dresden-elektronik.de. The manufacturers would be pleased to answer your questions under email@example.com.
dresden elektronik’s other wireless electronic ballasts include:
The electronic ballast FLS-H lp ensures elegant lamp design. Suitable for monochromatic light sources with antiparallel connected light diodes it creates sophisticated lighting with adjustable color temperature between warm and cold white. The two-wire output is configured as an H-bridge and so particularly important for classy lamp design – the controller works with two instead of three cores.
Light controls in the RGBW field enable different color intensity and moods, feature a flexible operating concept and can be integrated into existing systems. Compared to light controls from Philips or Osram the FLS-PP lp offers sigificantly more controllable performance and can be used for strips with up to 144 W electrical output. Thus it is possible to illuminate large areas brightly and achieve a higher luminosity. In contrast to Philips the FLS-PP lp is equipped with four instead of three channels. The RGB / RGBW color control allows the continous adjustment of shades ranging from discreet lighter shades up to richly saturated colors. The separately controllable white channel extends the color spectrum for natural colors with a high portion of white. Alongside 12 V also 24 V light sources for professional applications are supported.
Further information: http://www.dresden-elektronik.de/funktechnik/solutions/wireless-light-control/?L=1
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For wireless sensor networks based on the low-power wireless standard IEEE 802.15.4 the product range extends from optimally tuned hardware components such as radio modules and USB sticks to easy-to-use control tools for ZigBee or 6LoWPAN networks all the way to customized turn-key solutions.
For 25 years dresden elektronik has been active on the market as a competent partner for the development of complex electronic devices and volume production. From the very first idea to the finished product we assist our customers to solve unique and ambitious tasks. Products from dresden elektronik are applied in numerous branches such as mechanical engineering and construction, stagecraft, traffic guidance technology, automotive industry, measurement and test engineering, medical engineering, semiconductor industry, precision equipment engineering and in research and development as well.
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