Wired lighting systems Lighting energy accounts for nearly 50% of commercial building electricity consumption and represents 11% of California peak electrical demand (>5.4 GW). Challenges Inadequate controls to turn off unnecessary lights Traditional wired switches are expensive to install Inability to respond to daylight or occupancy changes Did you know?
No wires. No batteries. No maintenance. How it works
New Color Options White Light Almond Ivory Brown Black Wireless Kinetically powered Battery-free Switch options New handheld remote Single paddle Dual paddle Kinetic Energy Devices Wireless. Batteryless. Limitless.
Solar powered photosensor Wireless daylight harvesting. Link button No wires, no batteries Powered by solar energy Integrated miniature photovoltaic cells Mounts to any surface, anytime.
Solar powered PIR occupancy sensor Wireless solar energy harvesting. Link button Self-powered, self-charging No batteries or external power required Up to 72hrs of stored energy Mounts to any surface, anytime.
Anytime, anywhere, any surface Switches & Sensors can attach to any surface: Brick Glass Resin Solar powered photosensor Kinetic energy switch Kinetic handheld remote Easy installation & repositioning No special devices, software or tools required Personalized control & maximum energy savings Solar powered occupancy sensor
Dim to OFF All occupancy sensor vacancy signals sent to the Airwave transceiver initiate dimming of luminaires, eventually shutting OFF when the space is unoccupied. 24V Wired Occupancy Sensors Compatibility with wired occupancy sensors, including infra-red (PIR), ultrasonic, dual-technology and microphonic devices. 315 MHz Wireless Occupancy Sensors Fully compatible with Philips Ledalite or other 315 MHz EnOcean enabled wireless occupancy sensors. Automatic energy savings Occupancy Sensing Wired + wireless compatibility.
Intelligent transceiver Brains behind the beauty. 120/277/347V Occupancy sensor compatibility 24V Wired occupancy sensors 315MHz Wireless occupancy sensors Meets regulatory standards UL 2043 Plenum rated Meets California Title 24 standards Demand Response Reacts to 4 levels of DR load shedding
The future demands response Levels of Demand Response Energy Consumption Time of Day
Response Daylight Harvesting Response integrated daylight harvesting sensors are FREE with all suspended products equipped with Philips Ledalite factory standard 1-10V dimming ballasts.
Following LEED ® www.ledalite.com/leed Credit NamePoints Sustainable Sites Light Pollution Reduction 1 Energy & Atmosphere Fundamental Commissioning Minimum Energy Performance Optimize Energy Performance – Lighting Power Optimize Energy Performance – Lighting Controls Enhanced Commissioning Measurement & Verification Prerequisite 1-5 1-3 5 2-5 Materials & Resources Materials Reuse Sustainable Purchasing – Reduced mercury in lamps* 1-2 1 Indoor Environmental Quality Controllability of Systems – Lighting 1 Innovation in Design Process Innovation in Design 1-5 Total Points Achievable: 10- 28
Applications Recessed Suspended Wall Mount Surface Mount
Boardroom Getting together will never be the same. Airwave transceiver above ceiling Response photocell in Float fixture Airwave switch on glass and brick
Private office Custom lighting from coffee to closing time. Occupancy sensor wired or wireless Airwave transceiver above ceiling Response photocell in Chopstick fixture Airwave Dual Switch on brick wall Airwave handheld on brick wall
Private office Built-in simplicity. Occupancy sensor wired or wireless Airwave transceiver above ceiling Airwave switch on wall Airwave handheld on brick wall Airwave photosensor solar powered
Open office Smart lighting, brilliant results. Response photocell in Voice fixture Occupancy sensor wired or wireless Airwave transceiver Airwave switch mounted on desks
Open office Custom control for the common good. Airwave transceiver above ceiling Airwave photosensor solar powered Airwave switch mounted on glass
Airwave best practices 1 transceiver per zone Multiple points of control Use of energy saving controls: Airwave photosensor Response daylight sensors Occupancy sensors Needs based lighting zones
Airwave best practices Transceivers can receive wireless signals from 30 devices located up to 100 feet away Signals can be received through up to five walls Signals can be received from multiple switches and occupancy sensors Design Planning