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Building Management System Comprises Four Components - Enlighted - Facility Management Product Release
The Enlighted System is the simplest and most advanced way of managing a building's physical environment. The system is comprised of four components: Enlighted Smart Sensors; Enlighted Room Control; Enlighted Gateway; Enlighted Energy Manager. This system automates, analyzes, controls and reports environmental data to drive building automation and efficiency.
Enlighted Smart Sensors
Smart Sensors are installed on a 1:1 basis per fixture. They can automatically adjust energy consumption by responding to light, motion, heat and other environmental factors that occur within a 10-foot x 10-foot area beneath each sensor. Data is collected and transmitted wirelessly for use in Enlighted’s dashboards and applications.
Enlighted Room Control
Enlighted Room Control is a lighting remote control or wall-mounted device that allows individuals to change illumination levels and lighting configurations in a room or workspace with the touch of a button. Building occupants and facility managers can dynamically adjust lighting levels to save energy, increase comfort or tailor illumination for specific tasks.
Choose from preprogrammed settings through the easy-to-use software interface or customize settings with a few clicks of a mouse. A single Room Control device can manage up to 100 Enlighted-enabled light fixtures by broadcasting signals using secure wireless protocols. Each wall-mounted Room Control runs on a self-contained battery that will last for up to ten years. No remodeling and electrical work is required for installation.
Gateways are conduits between Smart Sensors and the Energy Manager. They are used to wirelessly gather data from individual sensors, and they can send updates and commands to individual sensors.
The Energy Manager stores, performs analysis, and provides visual reporting of sensor data through a browser-based dashboard. Additionally, it can extend data reporting to third party systems through various ports and peripherals. Through the Energy Manager, an administrator can create profiles and adjust settings of the entire Enlighted System.
For more insights on the products, technology, benefits and challenges of the Building Internet of Things, visit www.FacilitiesNet.com/IoT
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