Philips have introduced their wise house lighting brand, Dynalite, in the United States. The variety includes trailing edge dimmers, relay, ballast (1-10V, DSI, DALI), as well as multipurpose controllers with multipurpose sensors for existence detection as well as daylight harvesting, individual manage panels as well as touch screens, plus network gateways, bridges as well as other modules that permit integration of third-party systems such as HVAC, security, AV, blinds as well as building administration systems. checked out on for the full PR…
“Philips Dynalite unveiled in the USA – lighting manage as well as automation leader Philips Dynalite has made its very first foray into the North American market, with the company’s energy administration systems showcased in a recent nine-city tour of the USA. introduced by sister-company, US-based fixtures manufacturer Philips Lightolier, the Dynalite variety of products was satisfied with excellent enthusiasm by those specifiers, lighting designers as well as electrical contractors who went to the event during February/March/April.
“All the comments indicates that this is the solution the market has been looking for,” stated Michael Soganich, manager business advancement – Controls, Philips lighting Electronics. “The us lighting energy administration market has been dominated by a single player for a long time, however now Philips has a solution that can contend on a level playing field. Moreover, Philips is the only business that can offer a completely integrated end-to-end solution that spans lamps, fixtures, ballasts as well as manage systems.”
According to Soganich, business are increasing their focus on lighting energy management, owing to new requirements by the American society of Heating, Refrigerating as well as Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) that mandate the maximum energy usage per square foot as well as specify minimum levels of control. “This is especially impacting the commercial, educational, healthcare as well as government sectors,” he said. “We’re receiving a great deal of rate of interest in the Dynalite system, which is scalable from a single space to an installation including 30,000 fixtures.”
The Philips Lightolier travelling roadshow visited new York City, Boston, Chicago, Washington DC, Atlanta, Dallas, Los Angeles, San Francisco as well as Seattle over a period of seven weeks. Here, the objective was to introduce the latest Philips Lightolier LED fixtures as well as introduce the Philips Dynalite networked manage system to key lighting market professionals.
A variety of intelligent tons controllers optimised for us applications—including leading as well as trailing edge, relay, ballast (1-10V, DSI, DALI), as well as multipurpose controllers—form the heart of the Philips Dynalite solution-set introduced in North America. key aspects likewise include multipurpose sensors for existence detection as well as daylight harvesting, individual manage panels as well as touch screens, plus network gateways, bridges as well as other modules that permit integration of third-party systems such as HVAC, security, AV, blinds as well as building administration systems (BMS). The entire distributed design is normally networked by DyNet, Philips Dynalite’s peer-to-peer communications serial bus.
“We already have some projects in the pipeline, with the very first installations taking location in the third quarter of this year,” Soganich said. These include lighting energy administration systems for the offices at an army publish in new Mexico/Texas, as well as Philips headquarters in Washington DC. The latter installation will integrate tight integration between the Dynalite manage system as well as Philips color Kinetics LEDs. A Dynalite system will likewise be installed at a neighborhood college in Connecticut.
“The introduction of the Dynalite variety to north america represents a considerable step for both the us lighting market as well as Philips,” Soganich said. “With the focus on carbon-neutral as well as sustainable buildings higher than ever before, this new energy administration offering from Philips promises to make life easier.”