Street lighting management and control
We provide solutions for managing smart street lighting in both urban and roadway environments.
Working with light manufacturers and street lighting operators worldwide, QULON products are built to ensure reliability, cost efficiency and flexible integration to smart cities.
GSM, 2G, 3G, 4G, 5G, and NBioT Network Standards: Which Is Best for Street Lighting?
Efficient Group Lighting Control: QULON Segment Controllers
Explore the world of efficient outdoor lighting management with group lighting control. Discover the benefits of centralized control, energy conservation, and versatile lighting scenarios. Dive into the core component – QULON Segment Controllers, renowned for their intelligence, adaptability, and resilience. Elevate your outdoor lighting experience today!
Optimizing High Mast Lighting. Choosing the Right Luminaires and Control Systems
Explore the evolution of urban illumination from historic Moonlight Towers and arc lamps to modern high mast lighting using cutting-edge LED luminaires and advanced DALI technology. Discover the efficiency, flexibility, and energy savings offered by innovative lighting control systems, enhancing urban spaces and ensuring safety with tailored lighting solutions.
Introduction to Applying LoRa Standard in Outdoor Lighting Management
QULON C is the central controller of the QULON control system. It is designed to provide remote monitoring and control of all electrical equipment in the lighting control cabinet: magnetic starters, QULON system accessories, etc.
QULON C uses RS-485 or CAN interfaces for two-way communication with other devices and meters. 2G cellular communication is used to communicate with the QULON server.
The unit is powered from 110/220 V AC or 9-36 V DC.
The QULON C is remotely configurable using the QULON control system and DIP switches on the unit.
The unit is designed for DIN rail mounting in a lighting control cabinet.
QULON HELIOS is a solar panel energy management device. It allows remote real-time monitoring and control of the status of individual lighting systems on solar panels.
The device supports the following types of batteries: GEL, AGM, Flooded and solar panels up to 80V. 12/24 V luminaires with or without driver are supported.
The RS-485 interface is used for communication with the equipment. 2G mobile networks are used for communication with the QULON server.
The device can be configured remotely through the control system.
The device is designed for installation in a lighting control cabinet. The unit has an IP20 dust and moisture protection rating.
NEMA GSM Node is a wireless 2G/4G/NB-IoT street light controller for individual luminaire control, diagnostics and dimming.
The NEMA GSM Node supports the following luminaire control interfaces: DALI, DALI 2.0, PWM, 1-10V, 0-10V. Data exchange between the device and the server is performed via 2G/4G/NB-IoT cellular networks. The luminaire can be controlled by a built-in light sensor, or by a third-party light sensor. The unit has a built-in GPS receiver for geo-positioning, internal clock correction and an internal accelerometer for vibration, acceleration and tilt measurements.
The unit is powered from 110/220 V. The power of the luminaire is supported up to 1000 W.
The NEMA GSM Node is configured directly via the QULON software.
The NEMA GSM Node is designed to be mounted directly on the luminaire. The luminaire is IP66 dust and water resistant. Installing via NEMA plug.
The Zhaga MW Motion Sensor is a microwave sensor for detecting moving objects and transmitting information to the Monitoring stations or to the LED driver of the luminaire.
The DALI 2.0 protocol is used for communication with other devices.
The power supply is provided via a Zhaga plug (12-30 V DC).
The unit is configured remotely via the QULON software.
The unit is designed to be mounted on a QULON Eco base station or luminaire equipped with a Zhaga connector.
Zhaga LiTouch Node is a module for wireless control of luminaires via radio. It is designed for individual control, diagnostics and dimming.
Individual control module for LiTouch wireless lighting management system (868/915 MHz) is a device that can be connected to the LiTouch system through a Zhaga connector. It allows for individual control of the lighting system and is compatible with both 868 and 915 MHz frequency bands. With the LiTouch system, users can easily manage their lighting system wirelessly and without the need for additional wiring. The device is designed for easy installation and can be mounted in various locations.
The device supports DALI 2.0 interfaces as well as individual load control (on/off). The units are equipped with GPS receiver, depending on the version.
Zhaga LiTouch Node is configured and controlled via an 800-950MHz radio channel via LiTouch Base Stations.
The device is designed to be installed in a lighting fixture housing using a Zhaga connector.
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