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LEDs allow new remote-controlled lighting applications

Posted: 13 May 2010     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:LED technology  remote controlled lighting  wireless communications lighting 

LEDs offer more design flexibility for dimming and changing the light colour, which makes them ideal for applications like architectural lighting, indoor ambient lighting, and dimmable, energy-efficient street and outdoor lighting where the light is controlled remotely.

These new solutions bring great value to the customer, but for them to be successful in the marketplace, the cost of upgrading the lighting infrastructure to new LED technology must be minimised. Not surprising, solutions that can reuse the present infrastructure will likely be the first to penetrate the market.

One benefit LEDs offer in general lighting applications is that they are easier to control remotely. This application note describes a remote-controlled architectural or street-lighting system and describes how to implement power-line or wireless communications control of a lighting system.

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