EnOcean now offering LED controls under Easyfit

Ellen Cools
January 10, 2018
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The single and double Rocker Pads, self-powered, wireless switches, part of the Easyfit LED controls portfolio.
The single and double Rocker Pads, self-powered, wireless switches, part of the Easyfit LED controls portfolio. Courtesy Easyfit
January 10, 2018 — Under the brand Easyfit, EnOcean is now offering self-powered switches and sensors that use wireless standards such as EnOcean, zigbee and Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) to make LED lighting solutions more energy-efficient, says the company.

The Easyfit LED controls portfolio is based on the 902 MHz frequency and consists of LEDRU and LEDRU Fixture/Zone Controllers, self-powered, wireless light switches, occupancy and light level sensors and the Navigan remote commissioning software. Additionally, the Easyfit BLE switches are available in two design versions — Easyfit U.S. design (ESRPB/EDRPB) and Easyfit European design (EWSSB/EWSDB).

EnOcean says the control solutions can be added to existing buildings during an upgrade to LED lighting and enable lighting control including daylight harvesting and task tuning. These controls, coupled with LEDs, “allow energy managers to utilize room level or networked controls,” the company adds.

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