Osram extends light management system with WSLC Module
March 14, 2018 — Osram’s new Wireless Site Lighting Control (WSLC) Module extends the company’s Encelium Extend Networked Light Management System’s capability to spaces outside buildings such as parking lots and pathways.
Installed on top of a light pole via an ANSI C136.41-compliant, 7-pin twist-lock connector, the WSLC Module provides wireless lighting controls capability and is individually addressable via the Encelium system. The system manages the interior and exterior site lighting of buildings and gathers data from lighting component suppliers to tailor lighting usage.
The WSLC can also switch luminaires on and off through an integrated high-current relay, dim luminaires equipped with 0-10V dimming drivers or ballasts, Dexal or Dali dimming drivers or ballasts.
Controlled via Encelium Polaris 3D, the module can be used for time scheduling, daylight harvesting, partial “off” states, occupancy mode and energy reporting/metering.
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