Wireless lighting control system on show at LIGHTFAIR 2017
At LIGHTFAIR International 2017, MaxLite will demonstrate IntelliMax, an intelligent wireless lighting control system. The show is taking place 9th to 11th May in Philadelphia. The system integrates with MaxLite LED luminaires and building systems to enable facilities to save energy and customise light using popular controls such as occupancy sensing, dimming and daylight harvesting. IntelliMax is suitable for new construction and retrofit applications, from single rooms to full buildings, where wiring would be costly or complex.
Powered by Cortet wireless technology, IntelliMax is easily merged with HVAC, shade control and other building systems for scalable energy savings.
The control system is comprised of IntelliMax-enabled LED luminaires, plus IntelliMax devices, such as gateways, relays and sensors, and commissioning software. The system’s ZigBee-based protocol enables expansion using IntelliMax-certified components from other manufacturers. At launch, Intellimax will be compatible with selected Leviton wall switches, dimmers, daylight harvesting sensors and occupancy sensors. Simple to set up, commission and use, IntelliMax can operate independently, or connect to the cloud for robust data collection and reporting.
“The IntelliMax system is a cohesive and cost-effective way to upgrade facilities to LED lighting solutions that comply with state energy efficiency requirements and reduce operating costs,” said Greg Galluccio, Vice President of Product Management and Engineering. “Combining IntelliMax with the quality and longevity of MaxLite’s LED luminaires offers building owners a solution that will provide years of energy and maintenance cost savings.”
MaxLite will provide complimentary lighting layouts and commissioning for IntelliMax control systems. IntelliMax systems and MaxLite LED luminaires are backed by warranty assurance and lifetime technical support. See the IntelliMax control system and full MaxLite LED lighting portfolio at LIGHTFAIR 2017 (booth 1949).