Smart

Smart

The world’s ever increasing demand for energy is rapidly changing our environment and the need for energy efficiency in every aspect of our daily lives has never been greater.

At Solite we use the Thorlux Smart System, which exploits the latest ‘Digital Technology’ to provide a simple, effective method of lighting control which minimises energy consumption whilst retaining high levels of user comfort.

A discrete sensor integral to the luminaire monitors ambient light and presence controlling output to the correct level, and ensuring that the area is only illuminated when occupied.

Features of Smart

Dimming

Dimming Night
Dimming Day

A light sensor in every luminaire controls its output to suit local ambient conditions. To meet the needs of individual users, or the requirements for the space, each luminaire’s factory default settings can be altered using the Smart Programmer.

Movement Detection

Movement Not Detected
Movement Detected

Presence sensors in all luminaires ensure excellent detection coverage, so that Smart luminaires switch on when movement is detected and stay on whilst the room is being used.

Motionline

Motionline

Individual Solite Smart clean room luminaires may be linked into a grouped system using a “Motionline” two wire low voltage bus allowing luminaires to communicate within a group.

Without Motionline
Without Motionline
With Motionline
With Motionline

Manual Dimming

Manual Dimming Remote
Manual Dimming Classroom

Solite Smart luminaires can be manually controlled using a retractive (push to make) switch or the Smart-Remote infra-red handset.

Scene Control

Scene Control

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Scene control is achieved by using the SmartTouch control plate or SmartScene handset. Each gives the ability to set one of three pre-programmed scenes with the press of a single button.

Addition of Non Smart Luminaires

SmartHub

The SmartHub allows integration of non-Smart luminaires into the system. Practically any type of luminaire can be connected up to a total load of 5A for each SmartHub. Connected luminaires are switched according to signals monitored from the Motionline.

Programming

Smart Programmer

A range of parameters can be programmed to enable the lighting system to match specific application requirements, enabling Smart to be used in many different types of buildings, from public buildings such as hospitals and schools to warehouses and industrial applications.

Power Monitoring

Power Monitoring

Smart pods monitor and record certain operating parameters which can then be retrieved for analysis to provide maintenance and energy usage information.