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May 24, 2017 - Building

A bright idea

Easy commissioning and configuration: WAGO Lighting Management combines
durable and efficient technology with user-friendly software.

Merely switching the lights on and off is so last century, even in production facilities and warehouses. WAGO’s new Lighting Management Solution enables the easy connection different lighting requirements, comfort for individual users, and a high degree of energy efficiency.

WAGO Lighting Management is the intelligent solution for lighting control in large spaces such as production facilities or warehouses. By linking predefined hardware and user-friendly, web-based software, WAGO Lighting Management facilitates the design and commissioning of new lighting systems and also offers numerous advantages for their operation.

On the hardware side, the new WAGO PFC200 Controller and the DALI Bus Module from the WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750 form the foundation. Each module can integrate up to 64 DALI lights, up to 16 DALI sensors, and up to 16 DALI transmitters into the system. Since the number of bus modules is variable, WAGO Lighting Management can be used for small production facilities, and also in large logistics centers.

Modern Operation

The easy configuration via a web-based interface establishes WAGO Lighting Management as a powerful and user-friendly solution. All settings, for commissioning and during operation, can be performed with the click of a mouse – no programming is required.

Innovative Usability

WAGO Lighting Management is ready for the different light requirements of warehouses and production facilities. The foundation: A facility is divided into virtual rooms corresponding to the different functions and activities – for example, assembly lines, traffic paths, or offices. Each virtual room receives signals from the sensors and actuators to automatically generate the optimal lighting ratios for the respective tasks, depending on the functions that have been set.

Additional Information: www.wago.com/lighting-management

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