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5. Building Lights Visualization

6. Building Lights Visualization

8. Controllable Window Shades : Allows users to control daylight for reduced solar heat gain and glare. Personal Light Control : Allow users in the space to select the correct light levels for the desired task. Demand Response : Reducing lighting load at times of peak electricity pricing. Lighting Control Strategies peak electricity pricing. Plug-load Control : Automatically turning task lighting and other plug loads off when they are not needed. System Integration : Enabling multiple systems to share information and control each other to minimize product installed and maximize overall system performance.

7. Occupancy/Vacancy Sensing : Automatically turning lights off when people vacate the space. Multi-level Lighting/Dimming : Proving users one or more light levels than full - on and full - off. Scheduling : Lights automatically turn off or are dimmed at certain times of the day or based on sunrise or sunset. Lighting Control Strategies Daylight Harvesting : Automatically adjust light levels based on the amount of daylight in the space. light levels than full - on and full - off. High-End Tuning : Set target light level based on occupant requirements in the space.

4. Remote Monitoring & Control • Simple and Quick access via Computer/ Mobile/tablets : Dashboard & Control • Visual representation of the lights -Current status –On/Off or Dimming levels • Fault Log Automated Fault Diagnostic and Management • Automated fault detection and Alarms via Email / SMS • Monitoring Faults on the web application • Escalation matrix –For SLA based fault management Connected Lighting Control –Key Components Historical Trends / Analytics • Historical trends and Analytics for efficient decision making Lighting Automation • Daylight Harvesting: Leverage natural light--save approx. 30-40% of energy for lighting system. • Occupancy based switching/dimming • Schedule based control. Powered By -

1. Benefit of IoTInteroperability Integrate our lighting control solutions with other building management system components, such as HVAC, Security, Energy Management, Access Control, and Analytics, to expand your control and monitoring abilities over a unified platform. . Global Framework The solutions are designed as per global standards, to provide customers with the flexibility of choice and scalability. You have the freedom to choose from either DALI or any of the other compliant dimming technologies available in the market. Connected Lighting Controls Self-learning Systems Data collected from each node in the connected network is used for predictive analytics, which makes the solutions highly adaptive to the ambient environment. You save considerably on the infrastructure costs, downtime, and energy consumption. Sustainable Lighting Solutions Reconfiguration is easy as compared to the traditional wired lighting solutions. There is no physical shift of fixtures when the purpose of a space within the building is altered. A change of commands is enough to incorporate a change of illumination type. Powered By -

3. Http Web Browser SL-BUS Protocol ModbusNetwork Other Network( Modbus/ Bacnent/ KNX / Lon...) Cloud Service Mobility Smart Grid Remote services Energy Local Mgr One Open Platform – System Architecture BacnetIP BAS / 3 rd System UPS Fire Other Edge Devices Access VRF System Field Device (Indoor / Outdoor Unites, Meters) Powered By -

9. Lighting Controls –Value Proposition  EnergySavings –  Energysavings/optimizationbasedonvariouscontrolstrategies--Up to60-70%lightingenergysavings  Comfort&Convenience –  Flexibletoadoptspecializedlighting  Human Centric Lighting  Human Centric Lighting  Mood/ThemeLighting  TaskLighting  Auto-adjusttotherequiredlightlevels–nomanualintervention  MeetStandards–  ContributestoobtainingpointsforstandardslikeLEEDetc

2. Connected Lighting Controls Connected, and sustainable lighting control solutions for commercial spaces. These are inspired by natural human considerations to improve the modern working experience. DATA & ANALYTICS Historical trends and Analytics for efficient decision making REMOTE MONITORING • Simple and Quick access via Computer/ Mobile/tablets : Dashboard & Control ONE BUILDING –ONE SYSTEM Central monitoring, energy saving, comfort and convenient through dimming, switching in 2 INDUSTRY BEST PRACTICE Dashboard & Control • Visual representation of the lights -Current status – On/Off or Dimming levels • Fault Log AUTOMATION & CONTROLS • Daylight Harvesting: Leverage natural light--save approx. 30-40% of energy for lighting system. • Occupancy based switching/dimming • Schedule based control. through dimming, switching in response to ambient light levels and occupancy INTEROPERABLE- OPEN STANDARDS Based on non-proprietary open standards Niagara Framework. Highly Secured –Internet enabled Powered By -

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