Smart light control leaves its mark

Bundle FLS-PP lp (RGB)
(PresseBox) ( Dresden, )
Contemporary light control - this means, beside variability of color intensity and atmosphere, flexible operating concepts and integration capability. dresden elektronik launches an extension set for ZigBee wireless controlled lighting. Customers who have already bought a starterkit from Philips or Osram are now able to extend their lighting at home. The bundle contains a wireless electronic ballast including adapter and a RGB LED stripe of 3 m length.

In comparison to Philips and Osram it offers a good price performance ratio due to an adjustable white support and a 3 m instead of 2 m long RGB LED stripe. Additional control elements are not necessary because of the wireless electronic ballast gets integrated in the exisitng network and controlled by the gateway like all other devices.

In general the wireless electronic ballast FLS-PP lp provides considerable more power, compared to light controls like Philips and Osram, and can be used, for expamle, for a 10 m long and 12 V RGB LED stripe.

Surfaces are illuminated much better and a higher power of illumination is achieved. Beside 12V also 24V lamps are used for professional application areas. The bundle and the wireless electronic ballast as single component are available in the onlineshop of dresden elektronik and at Amazon.

The provided web application by dresden elektronik opens the user a wide range of operation possibility like dimming, color changing, grouping of lights as well as storage and retrieval of self-definable scenarios.

Futher information:
We are exhibiting at the embedded world 2015:
hall 5, booth 370
contact: Luz Hirsekorn
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