Robust wireless connectivity for devices with the IEC 62386
(Digital Addressable Lighting Interface) interface
...perfect fit for lights
Make obsolete light a smart light.
Use the IQRF Lighting Bridge, which you simply plug into your light with the IEC 62386 (Digital Addressable Lighting Interface) interface.
Light control commands - switching off, switching on, changing the intensity of lighting, etc. - are then sent over the IQRF wireless network.
You can have more than 200 devices in the IQRF network that can be remotely controlled and monitored. The network is also scalable of other IQRF devices - e.g. air quality sensors, traffic detectors or active elements.
...a ready-made solution for lighting
This device allows communication with a device with the IEC 62386 (Digital Addressable Lighting Interface) interface over the IQRF wireless Mesh network.
Connecting to your light-supporting IEC 62386 (Digital Addressable Lighting Interface) standard is simple and requires no special and expensive development.
Immediately, you can make obsolete light smart, remote control it, get readings on light consumption and state, everything a customer expects from modern light.
IQRF mesh network contains up to 239 devices (sensors, actuators, lights,...)
controlled by commands sent by the control unit, the IQRF gateway. The network may function locally autonomously, independently on a remote Internet connection.
If the IQRF gateway is connected to the Internet, you can remotely connect to and control the network.
Plug emergency lights into the IQRF wireless network using the IQRF Lighting Bridge and take advantage of remote connectivity and easy installation.
Check the light and battery status as necessary, generate reports from the data obtained.
Immediately, remotely, without unnecessary expense.
In the IQRF Lighting Bridge you will find the IQRF wireless communication component.
Do you want to integrate it directly into your light and save costs?
That, of course, is also a possibility. We're happy to help you.
Take a look at the manufacturer's video guide to understand how to do this properly or contact us.