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The basics

Peter Duine, Global Marketing Director for LED EcoSystems, answers your FAQs.
What does it take to make a luminaire smart?

What does it take
to make a luminaire smart?

 

It’s all about two-way communications – the ability to send and receive data from luminaires and sensors. Lighting and IoT management software uses this data to monitor the status of lightpoints and interpret data from sensors, such as temperature, human movement, etc.

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What technologies are needed?

What technologies
are needed?

 

Our integrated solution is ready for fixture- and group-level control the moment it’s installed. It comprises Xitanium SR LED drivers + Philips EasyAir luminaire-mount sensors + Philips smartphone apps for easy configuration and commissioning.

How do we ensure our components are compatible

How do we ensure
our components are compatible

 

The Philips Lighting SR Certified Partner program enables companies to apply for certification of their components and sensors as compatible with the Xitanium SR LED driver.

How do we find other partners to co-create with?

How do we find
other partners to co-create with?

 

The list is growing to cover building management systems (BMS) and city management systems (CMS). The program helps you put together a connected solution from participating companies.

What's new?

 

Peter Duine, Global Marketing Director for LED ecosystems, shares a top-line perspective on getting started, while Jan Fitters, Product Manager, introduces you to the essentials required for connectivity, and some things to watch out for.

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Building blocks

 

If everybody’s future lighting connectivity requirements looked the same, there’d be one kind of light and one switch. Of course, in reality, consumer needs are limitless. That’s why Philips have developed such an extensive range of LED modules and components, for total flexibility and control, including over your energy usage.