Wireless Lighting Controls


DALI+ DALIplus

What is DALI+ ?

DALI+ Launched by DALI Alliance The DALI Alliance has launched DALI+, a totally new brand that denotes DALI over wireless and IP-based networks. DALI+ devices communicate using existing DALI commands, but these are carried over a wireless and/or IP-based medium rather…

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IoT Lighting Control Wireless DALI

IoT Lighting Control

DALI’s Contribution to IoT Lighting Control In an IoT world, DALI has a lot to offer. The connectivity requirements of IoT-based lighting control applications are constantly evolving but the advantages DALI as a lighting control system brings to the table…

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zencontrol

‘zencontrol’ appoint IEL as NZ distributor

zencontrol Intelligent Environments Ltd are excited to be the sole New Zealand distributors for zencontrol: control system product that offers the ultimate solution in modern lighting control and building technology. Available as wired or wireless, (or indeed a mixture of...

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wireless building control

Wireless Building Control

Wireless Building Control  “Wireless” technology has been mainstream for some time. We are accustomed to working from mobile devices that we only “plugin” when we need to re-charge the batteries. Many of us work 24/7 on an internet connection that is provided wirelessly….

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Daylight Harvesting - Lighting Control

Creating A Strategy to Achieve A Smarter Building

  So, you or your organisation have decided that it’s time to bring some building technologies into the workplace? Perhaps you’ve been ‘volunteered’ to undertake the research and find out what it will ‘cost’ to make your premises more intelligent?…

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Man's connection to nature

Biophilic Design – What the heck is it?

“Biophilic Design” – Just another buzzword or phrase joining terms such as “circadian rhythm”, “holistic design”, “purified air”, “acoustical comfort”, and more? If you’d come across the word “biophilia” a few years ago, you may well have considered it dodgy!…

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