The central management system plays a crucial role in lighting management today. It can be used as an embedded system in an IoT platform, or as a stand-alone system. LUMENIA CMS LUM
enables remote control, monitoring and management of individual luminaires in different settings, from parking lots to street lights on a major highway. Our environment is becoming SMART, and LED lighting systems are part of that by supporting various types of communication, such as LUMENIA’s RF and PLC controls that allow you to manage all your lights remotely.CMS is the core of smart lighting and it will allow you to cut energy and maintenance costs significantly, even up to 85% in some cases. LUMENIA’s Central Management System supports remote control, management and monitoring, and a web application allows users to manage all lights in groups or even individually from anywhere. It offers optimized maintenance schedules and a remote alarm system.
The central management system plays a crucial role in lighting management today. It can be used as an embedded system in an IoT platform, or as a stand-alone system. LUMENIA CMS LUM enables remote control, monitoring and management of individual luminaires in different settings, from parking lots to street lights on a major highway.
LUMENIA CMS LUM CAN REDUCE THE COSTS OF ENERGY AND MAINTENANCE BY UP TO 60 %.
The system consists of hardware integrated into the luminaire (RF or PLC node), and a cloud based graphical user interface, which is used for easy monitoring and configuration of luminaires.Lamp failures can be easily monitored remotely from the control centre, which facilitates maintenance scheduling. This system offers wireless control for managing street lighting through the mesh or point to point network or Power Line Communication (PLC), which supports the management of street lighting through the existing power lines.
LUMENIA STREET LIGHTING CONTROL WEB APPLICATION
LUMENIA Smart Street Lighting Control WEB Application is installed on remote server, to which you can connect via the internet connection from your personal computer. The idea is to control lights from anywhere in the world. As mentioned above, the LCU unit is connected via GPRS connection to the server, where stores the data collected from luminaries and as well as commands from WEB Application are stored. All connections are based on SSL secure protocol.
Web application allows you to control and see the status of the luminaires. The table on the picture shows (from left to right) luminaires node short address, which fixture is installed on each node, the section number (you can set up to 10 sections, with different rules set for dimming), status of brightness, and the default power. In case of failure, the green circle showing brightness status becomes red.
Besides showing the status of the luminaires, they can also be marked on the map. To do this, you have to know the x and y coordinates of the placed luminaire, which you can insert into the luminaire option. In case of a failure, you can actually see where it has happened. It is a major benefit because, consequently, maintenance costs are reduced. The system shows the status of luminaires, as well as the LCU unit.
Web application also enables you to set the rules for changing the brightness, based on the dates and times of the desired changes. You can also set up to 10 different sections, which is very helpful when you want to change the brightness of individual luminaires connected to the same LCU unit. Setting the brightness on luminaires installed on crossings differently than those on an open road is a good example.