Because light is all around us, the lighting infrastructure is an ideal platform for collecting and carrying information. This is the driving force behind connected lighting. By developing and manufacturing components for connected lighting, Philips smooths your path into this dynamic world; a world that exploits the full potential of the Internet of Things (IoT). Luminaires built using our drivers and sensors have the potential to increase energy efficiency and provide data that helps manage buildings in a space-efficient and environmentally friendly way.
The sensors are easily configured in the field using Philips Field Apps. Occupancy and daylight harvesting parameters are easily set with a user-friendly Android smartphone app. The app is used to configure sensor parameters via infrared and NFC, commission groups of sensors, and read-out energy data and number of burning hours. In the factory and warehouse, the drivers can also be wirelessly configured using MultiOne and SimpleSet® technology.
Luminaires are produced in two versions:
SRS - Master luminaire, with sensor
SR - Slave luminaire, without sensor
Programming of system is made by Android application.
|Body material:||Grey painted (RAL 9007) metal sheet||Mounting method:||Surface mounting, Suspended||Protection class:||I||With movement sensor:||Yes||Type of control gear:||LED operating device current-controlled||Color rendering index CRI:||80-89, 90-100||Lamp type:||LED||Color temperature controllable (K):||Yes|
|Suitable for light line configuration:||No||Light outlet:||Direct||Degree of protection (IP):||IP20||Fit for monitor workplace:||Yes||Color temperature (K):||4000, 3000, 2700||Rated life time L80/B50 (h):||80000||Dimming DALI:||No||Optical system:||ALDP|
double parabolic highly polished aluminium louvre category C2
double parabolic matt aluminium louver cattegory C2