Environmentally conscious use of light

With freely selectable dimming curve and the use of brightness and motion sensors

Modern LED modules and matching light controllers let you set a course for SAVINGS.
Not only will energy consumption decrease, but CO2 output will also substantially drop.

And by adding intelligent light controls, e.g. for nocturnal dimming of lighting levels during set times, energy savings of up to 60% can be achieved.

 

Flyer: Smart city solutions at a glance

 

  • Multifunctional energy savings
  • Central modification of dimming sequences
  • Motion-following light on the basis of motion detection
  • Connection to central control technology
  • Readout of data, e.g. energy consumption, service data on maintenance costs



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Independent pre-programmed controllers control the lighting.

The controllers can also be individually parameterised at a later date.
For this purpose, up to 4 lighting profiles are transferred to the hand-held pendant station and transferred to each individual controller on site.

This is a unidirectional data transmission.

These functions can be fine-tuned at any time by the customer using various tools or via the power-line network.

DOO (Dimmed ON/OFF)

Dimming sequences can be used to switch lighting to the desired brightness and also to switch lighting off, while the timing is freely adjustable.

DPC (Delayed Switching for Pedestrian Crossing)

Delayed switching-on and early switching-off of lighting near pedestrian crossings.

MFF (Maintenance Factor Function)

With prolonged service life, light sources suffer a decrease in luminous flux and, as a result, in brightness. But thanks to the maintenance factor function, this can be compensated by the light management system so as to ensure luminous flux remains stable over the lamp's service life and, additionally, save energy. The flux reduction curve can be adjusted to the real luminous flux reduction by 3 support points.

BBT (Burn-in Block Time)

Adjustable dimming block for conventional light sources (discharge lamps) to prevent the lamp from being dimmed during its burn-in period (function can be disabled).

ISD (Intelligent Switching Time Dimming)<br/><br/>During any night phase, brightness and the output of the lighting system can be altered or the luminaire can be switched on/off up to a maximum of 10 times.

iMCU – Intelligent Multifunctional Controller Units

iCTI – Intelligent Configuration Tool

iCTI-USB – Intelligent Configuration Tool with USB interface

Es können gleichzeitig neue Beleuchtungsprofile auf mehrere Controller der Serie iMCU übertragen werden.
Alle iMCUs, die am selben Versorgungskabel installiert sind, werden mit einem neuen Profile programmiert.
Es besteht die Möglichkeit, einzelne iMCUs davon auszunehmen.

Dies kann entweder lokal vor Ort per Laptop und iCTT, durch den Anschluss des iCTT an der Schaltstelle der Straßenbeleuchtung,
oder ferngesteuert über den iMICO erfolgen. Dabei ist der iMICO-Controller in der Schaltstelle fest montiert.

These functions can be fine-tuned at any time by the customer using various tools or via the power-line network.

iCTI – Intelligent Configuration Technical Tool

iMICO – Intelligent MidNight Controller

iSITE MidNight – System Software

iMCU – Intelligent Multifunctional Controller Units

iCTI – Intelligent Configuration Tool

iCTI-USB – Intelligent Configuration Tool with USB Interface

Die Powerline-Technologie ermöglicht die bidirektionale Datenübertragung auf der 230 V-Versorgungsspannung.
Somit lassen sich ohne zusätzliche Steuerleitungen die Controller zu einem leistungsfähigen Netzwerk über die vorhandenen Kabel in nahezu jedem Umfeld realisieren.
Mit sehr großer Zuverlässigkeit werden Daten zu jedem an dem Netzwerk angeschlossenen Controller übertragen und bei Bedarf automatisch verstärkt, so dass Längenbeschränkungen keine Rolle spielen.

These functions can be fine-tuned at any time by the customer using various tools or via the Powerline network.

iLC – Intelligent Luminaire Controller (built-in)

iPC – Intelligent Pole Controller

iDC – Intelligent Data Concentrator

iCT – Intelligent Configuration Software for the iDC

iLUX – Intelligent lux meter with a Powerline interface

iPL-NI – Powerline Network Interface

iCCU – Intelligent, Capacitive Coupling Unit

iBRIDGE – Wireless Bridge

iLIC – Intelligent Luminaire Information Centre

iOPC – Intelligent OPC DA Server

Vossloh-Schwabe's LiCS Outdoor system makes it possible to dim individual luminaires or entire luminaire groups. Depending on the requirements, the degree to which the lighting level is dimmed can be sensor-controlled or can comply with a preset level; the burn-in periods of discharge lamps can also be taken into consideration.

Considerable savings potential can be harnessed by need-driven programming and/or lighting control. Thanks to the system's convenient remote monitoring functions, it is possible to optimise maintenance processes as well as better plan maintenance work and budget for it in more detail.