Exergy Controls microprocessor-based lighting control system provides full-range dimming and individual addressability of incandescent, low-voltage, fluorescent, LED, and HID lighting sources. Through a combination of simultaneous wired (DALI) and wireless (Zigbee) communication, Exergy’s digital lighting control system provides enhanced functionality through intuitive user interfaces, daylight harvesting and occupancy monitoring while reducing energy consumption by as much as 60%. Administrative Software provides real-time access, monitoring and control of your lighting system, employing such features as built-in Demand Response, Peak Load Shedding and Power Monitoring.
No Hard-wired Zones
Complex control schemes are no longer required as fixtures, switches, sensor assignment and scenes are digitally assigned rather than hard-wired. When adjustments are required, system settings can be updated to accommodate changes in office layout or space configuration using a laptop – or through the Internet with the help of our factory engineers. No Rewiring.
Power distribution is simplified without the constraint of lighting control. Circuiting is done based on the most efficient and cost effective method to deliver power to lighting instruments, reducing labor and material.
Control Wiring Made Easy
Exergy’s digital communication protocol allows power and control wire to be pulled in the same conduit, (NEC Article 300.3 ©). Circuiting is topology independent, accommodating all wiring methodologies such as daisy-chain, star, etc.
Exergy Controls offers a unique hybrid communications platform allowing simultaneous wired and wireless communication between:
- Lighting Fixtures
- User Scene Controls
- Network Notes
- Other Digital Systems
- The Internet
User Scene Selection
Intuitive controls make it easy to
tailor light levels to user needs.
Analyze the natural daylight
contribution and adjust lighting
system performance to minimize
demand for electrical energy.
Continuously monitor activity
within each space, turning lights
off when unoccupied.