Product • 26.01.2015

Decentralised light management 2.0

Tridonic introduces its easy-to-integrate light management system solution connecDIM

Decentralised light management 2.0
Source: Tridonic GmbH & Co KG

The system, comprising connecDIM Gateway and connecDIM Cloud provides decentralised light management from anywhere in the world. Small applications with only a few DALI devices can benefit just as much as complex lighting systems in large properties. 

Whether the DALI system is a new one or an existing one, integrating it in a high-level light management system via the connecDIM Gateway is much easier, quicker and more cost-effective than has ever been possible with other approaches. This solution is based on standard hardware and internet technologies so there is no need to invest in expensive specialist hardware or software. connecDIM is easy to install, operate and tailor to individual customer requirements, and offers automated emergency lighting test functions. Once connected to the internet the gateway, as the heart of the system, collects all the data and parameters of the connected DALI devices and transfers them via TCP/IP to the central connecDIM cloud.

The data stored in the cloud can be accessed via web browser at any time from anywhere in the world. The system displays not only an overview of the connected DALI devices, you can also see any lamp faults, hardware faults and dimming values at a glance so they can immediately take appropriate action. It is also possible to change the energy consumption without having to be present on site.

Quelle: Tridonic GmbH & Co KG

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