Large Telecom Provider Invests in Wireless Controls to Optimize Lighting Energy Management for Multi-Facility Operations
- Automation & Control - Electric Drives & Control
- Functional Applications - Remote Monitoring & Control Systems
- Sensors - Optical Sensors
- Mesh Networks
As energy and operational efficiencies became critical to business operations, the telecom giant could no longer rely on its existing system to draw opportunities for energy savings and operational efficiency. The old system was limited to time-clock control, and had no intelligence on occupancy or building behavior. It was time to change the defunct lighting contactor based control system in both facilities
Empowered by ControlScope’s open standards-based wireless mesh network, the lighting fixtures, occupancy sensors, and wireless switches have the ability to communicate wirelessly with each other and the ControlScope system. The ControlScope network provides the platform for JLL to centrally configure and manage lighting zones throughout the buildings, and specify lighting profiles to meet each floor tenants’ lighting needs and to maximize energy and operational savings. The different lighting zones are correlated to the occupancy sensors for occupancy sensing control is the most effective strategy. From a standard Web browser, JLL can log into the ControlScope Manager console to: • Dynamically tailor lighting profiles for each lighting zone • Monitor and report energy usage in real time • Discover opportunities to deepen energy and operational savings
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