Casambi teams up with DANLERS to deliver wireless control sensors
A partnership with DANLERS enabling wireless Bluetooth control of the new range of energy saving occupancy sensors with daylight control manufactured by DANLERS in the UK has been announced by Casambi. Through the combination of Casambi intelligent software and DANLERS high quality controls, there is the potential for energy saving of up to 60% to be realised, depending on the application.
Casambi enables Bluetooth mesh network based lighting control without needing a wired gateway or WiFi network connection. The platform already offers existing support for presence sensors which can be used to control individual or groups of smart luminaires and light bulbs automatically when an area is occupied.
In response to changing daylight levels throughout the day, end users of DANLERS Casambi-enabled PIR sensors will be able to quickly and easily manage settings via Casambi’s updated app rather than rely making changes from the sensor device.
As part of the Casambi system, users can also adjust colour temperature automatically to desired levels in a smooth and even manner.
Timo Pakkala, CEO of Casambi, commented: “We are delighted to announce our partnership with DANLERS to allow seamless control of its daylight linked products with a high degree of accuracy. This alliance demonstrates the scale of control our innovative lighting platform delivers in the pursuit of energy conservation by using occupancy and daylight sensors.”
“Our customers are looking to take advantage of ambient light and maximise energy efficiency. By using DANLERS products along with the new version of the Casambi app, they are empowered with a retrofit solution that helps them easily control lighting and without needing to buy any additional hardware or software,” commented Julian Kay, Managing Director at DANLERS.
DANLERS will be demonstrating its lighting control solutions including the new Casambi enabled controls on Stand P26 at Lux Live held at Excel London on 15th and 16th November 2017.