20 November 2019

ERCO with Casambi technology

ERCO LEADING INTERNATIONAL SPECIALIST IN ARCHITECTURAL LIGHTING HAS PARTNERED WITH CASAMBI, THE PIONEER IN WIRELESS LIGHTING CONTROLS BASED ON BLUETOOTH

ERCO has been one of the first luminaire manufacturers to integrate wireless Bluetooth connectivity into the control gear architecture of their entire product range. By integrating Casambi technology, the system enables ERCO’s products to be controlled via smartphones, tablets and smart watches with no further hardware required. It’s possible to tap into the fast-growing ecosystem of Casambi-Ready devices like drivers, sensors and switches.
ERCO has introduced an innovative track-based downlight for office workplace lighting with new technology. The combination of track downlights and wireless control offers visual comfort, high flexibility and a versatile digitally networked infrastructure for contemporary offices.

Luminaires can be easily moved and placed anywhere in the track, the wireless control provided by Casambi technology allows new lighting scenes to be set up with the tip of your finger. Presence detection and daylight management sensors can automatically adjust the lighting level, both to save energy and to adapt to the weather outside. While Casambi’s lighting control solution is ideal for large and complex buildings, an entire office can be centrally controlled by a facility manager, although commissioning and maintenance can be configured remotely and do not need to happen on-site. Control technology also enables localised lighting to be adjusted easily (including for timers and scene settings) according to the needs of individuals or teams.

ERCO offers Bluetooth connectivity in its spotlight and downlight range. With its service “ERCO individual” wireless Casambi control can even be implemented to a wider product portfolio. ERCO has already implemented several projects with Casambi technology in different application areas, including co-working spaces by WAW in Stockholm, a loft office in Berlin, galleries like the Dulwich Picture Gallery and Robilant + Voena in London, as well a lighting scheme for the Duomo di Siena where lights are controlled by smartphones and tablets, as well as by daylight sensors, presence detectors and Bluetooth-capable wall switches.

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