Parks and Recreational areas Street Lighting Control QULON

Parks and Recreational areas

A lighting control system for parks and recreational areas based on QULON technologies is implemented. An optimal but not exclusive solution is Adaptive Street Lighting, utilizing LiTouch Wireless communication technology, which enables wireless lighting control and monitoring. The system controls the lighting by collecting information from motion sensors and ambient light intensity sensors. The motion sensors detect movement in the area and transmit signals to the central controller. The ambient light intensity sensors measure the light level and also transmit information to the central controller. Based on this data, the controller makes decisions regarding lighting control, including switching on/off and adjusting brightness.

The components of the lighting control system include:

- Wireless transmitters and receivers (for LiTouch Wireless) for data exchange between luminaires and the central controller.

- Motion sensors that detect the presence of people or vehicles.

- Ambient light intensity sensors that measure the lighting intensity in the surrounding environment.

- Dimmable luminaires, such as LED luminaires or high-pressure sodium lamps.

Parks and Recreational areas Street Lighting Control QULON

The lighting control system supports various types of lighting, including both LED luminaires and high-pressure sodium lamps. Both types of luminaires can be dimmed, allowing for brightness adjustment according to needs and conditions.

The lighting control system provides the following features:

- Automatic lighting on/off based on motion detection.

- Brightness adjustment according to ambient light level.

- Scheduling lighting operation at specific times or events.

- Remote lighting control using QULON software.

- Integration with other smart city systems for collaboration and energy optimization.


Configuration and programming of the lighting control system are performed using specialized QULON software, which allows for parameter settings and lighting schedules. Administrators or facility managers can define operating times, brightness levels, motion response, and other parameters according to specific requirements.

Additionally, the QULON system offers alternative lighting control solutions. One such solution is Power Line-based control via Via technology. Via Power Line control utilizes the power lines for transmitting lighting control signals. This technology is particularly effective in urban areas with high population density and complex terrain. The QULON system, using Via Power Line control, enables individual control of each luminaire's status, achieving optimal energy efficiency and maximum energy savings. However, the implementation of this method needs to consider the complexities of power distribution schemes in certain locations.

Parks and Recreational areas Street Lighting Control QULON

The QULON system provides the option to choose between wireless technology like LiTouch Wireless and Power Line-based control via Via, among other methods, to meet the specific requirements of different locations and ensure optimal outdoor lighting control in parks and recreational areas.


  • Energy savings up to 60% QULON

    Energy savings up to 60%

    Street lights dim automatically based on schedule or environment, saving up to 60% energy and reducing CO2 emissions

  • Reduce maintenance costs up to 50% QULON

    Reduce maintenance costs up to 50%

    We reduce service costs up to 50% by proactively alerting maintenance staff of faults/outages in fixtures or networks

  • Programming tools QULON

    Programming tools

    Create complex scenarios with QULON devices based on daylight, weather, traffic, air pollution, and holidays - virtually limitless!

  • Live control QULON

    Live control

    Manage street lights remotely with QULON software. Get live stats, create performance reports with a click for individual or grouped fixtures