Nedap is introducing the Luxon IoT Node to the UK-market during LuxLive in London. The Node features a tiny electronic device that connects luminaires, regardless of brand, to the Luxon light management system in a cost-effective manner. This technology has been developed in line with Nedap’s ambitions to make connected lighting widely available and to unlock and sustain the full potential of LED lighting.
The Luxon IoT Node connects LED luminaires to a mesh network. Lights are driven by demand using multiple control strategies and only switched on where and when needed.
Lux Award nominee for Innovative design
The Luxon IoT Node differs from other connected lighting products on the market due to its ease of integration and extended functionality, such as performance monitoring and remote diagnostics. The Node complies with all major LED driver interfaces including Philips Xitanium SR. Due to its innovative and smart design, the Luxon IoT Node has been nominated at the Lux Awards in the ‘Connected Lighting Innovation of the Year’ category. The winner will be announced at LuxLive 2017.
Growing sustainability ambitions
Jeroen Somsen, Managing Director at Nedap Light Controls, states: “We see the sustainability ambitions of companies grow and therefore the demand for connected lighting. Where LEDs previously only cut energy bills in half, connectivity now unlocks LED’s true potential by saving up to 90 per cent.”
Taking service to the next level
Accurate real-time data empowers users to make highly informed decisions for further improvements over time. Connected lighting is the true enabler for Lighting as a Service initiatives, leading the way to more sustainable economies. This puts lighting vendors in a position to perform at a higher level and at lower cost.