Telecoms, Datacoms, Wireless, IoT


Wireless lighting control system

3 April 2013 Telecoms, Datacoms, Wireless, IoT

CP Electronics’ An-10 wireless technology allows the user to install a fully featured lighting control system easily and with minimal disruption. It has been specifically created to embrace the advantages of wireless technology while offering the features and functionality demanded by modern day lighting control systems.

Wireless signals can pass through walls, floors and ceilings, allowing position switches and detectors to be placed exactly where they are required; there is no need to run costly control wires between devices or back to a central controller. With An-10 wireless technology it is easier to meet building regulations and today’s demands for greater energy efficiency.

System functionality is achieved by programming, not hard wiring, making it easy to design the operation of the lighting system. If the living or working space has to be reorganised, all that is required is to simply move and/or reprogram the devices for the new layout. This is particularly useful for open-plan environments.

Adding extra devices is simple as no additional control wiring is required; the extra device is simply installed and programmed into the system.

The UHS4 is a compact infrared handset used for the basic programming and configuration of An-10 detectors, ballast controllers and input units. It also offers the user control of scene selection and raise/lower functions. The UNLCDHS is a compact infrared handset used for the operation, configuration and programming of CP products that have the ability to be programmed via IR and/or RF.



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