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Oakland, N.J. — Jan. 15, 2016 — Amerlux CEO and President Chuck Campagna has announced a partnership with Enlighted, Inc., the leading provider of Internet of Things (IoT) solutions for commercial buildings and retail applications. The agreement will enable integration of the most intelligent and advanced lighting sensors and controls with innovative LED lighting fixtures from Amerlux.
“We are very excited to be the very first lighting manufacturer to partner with Enlighted for its Customer First program. This relationship positions us to offer LED lighting fixtures with built-in advanced smart sensors supported by a state-of-the-art analytics platform,” Campagna said. “Our customers now have the ability to utilize control-embedded lighting that’s smart, code-compliant, and ahead of the technology curve.”
Enlighted Sensors are available with Amerlux’s Linea and Grüv lines, as well as the new Stellina family of direct and indirect LED fixtures, and Stellina and Curvano LED low bay fixtures.
The sensors are engineered with unique, secure data-rich architecture that provides unparalleled insights around the clock while helping to achieve sustainability goals and reducing costs. The controls offer motion and photometric sensors, dimming capabilities, and data collection.
“Integrating intelligence into our LED lighting fixtures will dramatically impact our customers’ bottom line,” Campagna said. “The big data analytics generated through this technology will enable high-growth customers to achieve significant efficiencies and substantial cost savings.”
Smart customized controls help management professionals reduce lighting and energy costs with an extremely impressive ROI of up to 80 percent for public buildings, without compromising comfort. A seamless, dense data cloud-based network collects, aggregates, and communicates detailed information wirelessly on building occupancy and performance, environmental conditions, ambient light levels, temperature, and energy consumption. The system has the potential to extend savings to HVAC, real-time demand response, security, and safety systems.
“Lighting is only the beginning,” said Joe Costello, CEO, Enlighted. “Our mission is to change the way we interact with the spaces around us. These sensors give you unparalleled control over the spaces you manage. We offer a no-compromise solution, reducing energy spends by 65 to 80 percent while increasing the comfort and employee satisfaction of building users. For the first time ever, we are making fully responsive, fully personalized, fully connected workspaces, a reality.”
For more information about Enlighted’s Customer First program, visit enlightedinc.com/CustomerFirst.