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Router WiFi (99473)

WiFi extender (99472)

Bi-Sensor

Gateway (99369)

Luminaires

Infos

FLICKER

2

14

FREE

34

16

SPD

Installation

42 Smart City

Products

18 Prolamp 2.0

20 Multilamp 3.0

Gateway

26 Alux 2.0

32

32 Bi-Sensor

24 Flamp 2.0

33 Linksys AC 1900

33 TP-Link EXTENDER

44 Head Pole

Full Service

48

Code composition CODE

+

COLOR

+

OPTIC

28 Alix 2.0

CORRECT CODE

“We do not sell products we offer solution”

30 Edith STANDARD


What is EYE-WiFi? EYE-WiFi is an innovative wireless lighting management technology that allows configuration and control of installations through smart devices and PCs. A lighting system with EYE-WiFi technology can include high efficiency luminaires and automatic brightness controls based on the intended use of the enlightened environment, lighting to be provided in the area of the visual field and the occupation and/or availability of natural light in a given environment. The EYE-WiFi system makes use of sensors that have a dual function, namely the detection of brightness and motion. The sensors interact with the fixtures to intelligently light an environment, saving energy and maintaining a constant level of lighting where needed; they can be installed at elevated heights of up to 11m, and are therefore compatible with industrial and commercial applications (high bay applications). With the App, EYE-WiFi allows you to manage, monitor and control many operating parameters of the fixtures, including the consumption of both the single unit and the entire system and to make clear accumulated energy savings, thanks to the potential use of the sensors or scheduling of lighting scenarios. EYE-WiFi technology enters the world of the new industrial revolution that moves forward on the internet, or industry 4.0. Production machines and systems communicate with each other and speak with the outside. EYE-WiFi LED technology is naturally integrated into this trend (more information about Industry 4.0 can be found on page 13).

SENSOR EYE-WiFi

DEVICES

WLAN-WiFi

GATEWAY EYE-WiFi

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How does EYE-WiFi work? Fixtures equipped with EYE-WiFi technology can communicate with each other and with the sensors without having to be physically connected. The mobile devices are connected through the EYE-WiFi Gateway, which converts WiFi signals into MiWi signals. This way, the EYE-WiFi technology can be used in all IT networks. If it is not possible to use your existing IT network, you can use the Gateway Hotspot function to create a stand-alone, independent WiFi network. EYE-WiFi allows you to set the level of light of the fixtures when they turns on (via the mains power supply) . By default, all lamps are set to “Power on Level” in MEMO mode, so when the system is switched off manually or because of a blackout, and at a later time when the mains voltage is restored, the brightness level of the fixtures will resume from the same brightness level detected a few moments before switching off. Using the App, you can change the value of the “Power on Level” (0% to 100% or MEMO), for example, if a “Power on Level” value of 50% is set, the LED fixtures, when they turn on, will all light up to 50% brightness level.

What is MiWi? MiWi is a wireless data transmission protocol based on the IEEE802.15.4 standard. MiWi is an innovative technology that consumes very little energy, is reliable and does not require maintenance. It has major advantages over WLAN or Bluetooth technologies, as EYEWiFi fixtures can create a Mesh network: a cooperative wireless telecommunication network consisting of a large number of nodes acting as receivers, transmitters and repeaters. Therefore all fixtures that communicate between each other are both transmitters and receivers.

EYE-WiFi, all in an APP You can download the EYE-WiFi App for free via the Google Play Store (Smartphone, Android Tablet) or via the Apple Store (Smartphone, Tablet with IOS). The EYE-WiFi management program is also available for the Microsoft Windows operating system.

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EYE-WiFi, what can i do? Below are just a few of the features available in the EYE-WiFi APP control and manage the intelligent lighting system.

PARAMETERS FOR DIAGNOSTICS AND CONTROL OF LIGHT FIXTURES • Set the dimmer level of the lamp (0-100%) • Display the lamp’s power-on time (DD:HH) • Display the number times the lamp has been turned on during its lifetime • View the power absorbed by the Led fixture during its lifespan (KW/h) • Display the instantaneous power of a single LED fixture, the whole system, or a single area (KW/h) • Preventive maintenance

SENSOR AND GATEWAY SETTINGS • Adjust and display the brightness and motion sensor parameters • Adjust and view the Gateway Eye-WiFi parameters • Ability to signal the passage of people and means (with motion detection time) • Adjustment and network settings 4


SYSTEM CONFIGURATIONS • Timer Services, based on RTC (Real Time Clock) functionality, allows you to set scenarios • Ability to configure and manage individual and group light points • Ability to create at most 16 light scenes, and at most 15 light groups

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APP screenshots •Controls the consumption of the single Eye-WiFi LED lamp (calculated in the course of its life) •Calculation of energy saving compared with the same Fixture in on/off version (always on at 100%) •Actual lifetime of use of the fixture from the moment of installation •On/Off cycles

•Consumption control of the entire Eye-WiFi system (calculated over the course of its life) •Calculation of the energy savings compared with the same system with on/off version fixtures (always on at 100%)

•Adjusting the main parameters of the two brightness and motion sensors •Each sensor can manage a single fixture or a group of fixtures •On each sensor, it is possible to select one of the three operating modes: 1. LUX sensor (brightness only), 2. MOTION sensor (motion only) 3. BI sensor (brightness + motion)

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•Preventive maintenance •Alarms may indicate a malfunction of the fixture (thermal failure, light source failure, etc.) •It is possible to set the brightness level (configurable from 0% to 100%) of the LEDs when they are switched on. Alternatively you can set the MEMO mode: if the system is switched off (e.g. manual or black-out, then a second time when the mains voltage is restored, the brightness level of the fixtures will come back with the same brightness level detected a few moments before switching off •Display of the main electrical parameters related to the fixture (current, voltage and power of the LED load) •Total power display absorbed by the fixture (WAC) on the electrical network

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Set up GROUPS and SCENES On the management and control of an EYE-WiFi facility can be defined light group and set light scene. In an industrial context, regulations govern the lighting on the different environments of the working place, through the average Lux specific for the different types of activities that can be carried out. Using groups or scenes allow to increase the flexibility and easiness to manage an EYE-WiFi system.

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A “group” in an EYE-WiFi system is understood as a logical association, of the nodes / devices belonging to the same functional zone. The fixture on the group will be always at the same bright level, as well as the command given to a group will have effect to all fixtures associated at that specific group. In the example shown, there is a subdivision into 5 groups: A, B, C, D, E. In a single EYE-WiFi network it is possible to set and change a maximum of 15 group through the APP. An EYE-WiFi fixture can be of one or more group at the same time like in the case of the group A, which is made from the mix of the fittings of the group B and the fitting of the group C. Each group coincide with a zone in that are requested specific medium lux, for example for the working area with machines, for the warehouse, for the meeting area with clients or for the area of freight exposure.

FIXTURE GROUP

A

GROUP

B

GROUP

C

GROUP

D

GROUP

E

Total fixture 36x Group A, (B+C) Fixture 16x Group B , Fixture 5x

Group E, Fixture 4x

Group C, Fixture 11x Group D, Fixture 16x

It is possible also to assign lighting sceneries called “Scene”, in each single fitting EYE-WiFi up to 16 different scenes can be stored. With the help of this option is possible to realize lighting sceneries pre-setted, on that each luminaire which belong to that scena can be set on different lighting values. On this example have been hypothesized two scene. The “Scene1” will be activated for the showroom moments in which some luminaires are set at the max power to exalt the exhibitions. Instead the “Scene2” have been hypothesized for the closing moment of the working activity, for this scena the light will be enough at the medium level for those lamps close to the showcases.

Scene 1, showroom. Total fixtures 12x 4x power 100% 8x power 50%

Scene 2, showcase. Total fixtures 8x 4x power 80% 4x power 30%

When a scene is called through the App each single fitting change in fading the own lighting level from the effective situation to the level set for the scene requested. The fading time (Fade Time) is stored for each single fitting and can change from a min of 0 to the max of 140 seconds. 9


100,000 hours guaranteed luminous flux The luminous flux of the LEDs used in an EYE-WiFi system installed in an industrial building that complies with current natural lighting standards and where luminescent sensors are used properly and in the presence of up to 100,000 hours and ensures a energy savings that can reach up to 60%. The EYE-WiFi system illustrated on pages 12-13 is a practical example of an installation made according to law; the large skylights on the ceiling of the structure allow natural light to evenly light up the entire tread surface, minimizing electricity consumption during daylight hours by detecting brightness sensors (LED fixtures will be dimmed to reduce artificial light emitted until reaching the lighting threshold set). In terms of average artificial lighting, we recommend that you follow the recommendations of the UNI 10380 standard. Each area of ​​an industrial building requires a horizontal average lighting on the different work surface, which varies according to the activities that are carried out: •For lobby, disconnections and illumination corridors the minimum average will be 100 LUX; •For crude processing, the minimum average illumination will be 200 LUX •For processing of medium fineness, the minimum average illumination will be 300 LUX; •For fine processing, the minimum average illumination will be 500 LUX up to 1000 LUX; The existing regulations on the construction of industrial buildings require that the natural lighting surface of every single room must correspond to at least: •1/10 of the tread surface, for rooms with a surface area up to 1000sqm; •1/12 of the tread surface, for the part exceeding the first 1000sqm; •1/15 of the tread surface, for the part exceeding the 3000sqm;

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Industry 4.0 The expression “Industry 4.0” is linked to the so-called “Fourth Industrial Revolution”. Due to the availability of low-cost sensors and connections, production machines and systems communicate speak with the outside. LED technology fits naturally into this trend. Switching to LED lighting by selecting reliable and dependable fixtures means saving energy and taking advantage of new technologies to have a working environment with the best conditions. The term Industry 4.0 points to an industrial automation trend that incorporates some new production technologies to improve the working conditions and increase productivity and production quality of the systems. EYE-WiFi is a technology that fits this trend perfectly and saves electricity by providing workers with the best in safety and visual comfort. Industry 4.0 encompasses the concept of the smart factory that consists of 3 parts: • Smart production: new production technologies that create collaboration between all the elements present in production or collaboration between operator, machines and tools. • Smart services: all “IT infrastructures” and techniques that allow to integrate systems; but also all the structures that allow, collaboratively, to integrate companies (supplier-customer) between them and with external structures (roads, hubs, waste management, etc.) • Smart Energy: all this always with an eye on energy consumption, creating more powerful systems and reducing energy waste.

INDUSTRY 1.0 Mechanization Water strength Steam strength

INDUSTRY 2.0 INDUSTRY 2.0 INDUSTRY 4.0 Mass production Mounting chain Electricity

Computer and automation

Cybernetic Systems

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EYE-WiFi vs DALI, EYE-WiFi vs ON/OFF EYE-WiFi is a much cheaper and more complete solution than conventional ON/OFF and DALI systems. We made a comparison between the three types of systems on a reference project of a classic industrial environment (production and warehouse). This system was divided into 3 reference areas: •AREA 1: the loading/unloading area with an occasional presence of the operators. •AREA 2: assembly stations with constant presence of operators. •AREA 3: Warehouse with average presence of operators. •AREA 4: Production Department with machinery constant presence of operators. In each area there is a sensor (brightness + motion) that drives the LED fixtures of the same group to minimize the waste of energy. The sensors are installed in both the EYE-WiFi technology and the DALI technology, thus achieving the same result in terms of saving energy. No sensor is used for the ON/OFF system, so LEDs will always operate at 100% of their power. With the EYE-WiFi system you have an annual energy saving of 40% compared to the same ON/OFF system or about 36% of the cost savings for assembly and wiring costs compared to a DALI system (you can to get up to 50% of economic savings considering possible masonry/painting costs and costs of DALI wiring equipment). Here are the indicative comparison charts that show that an EYE-WiFi system is the perfect solution to brighten your buildings in a smart way, with everything under control with through your device (smartphone/tablet/PC).

LEGEND

AREA 1

AREA 1

AREA 2 AREA 3 AREA 4

AREA 2

Alix EYE-WiFi

AREA 3

EYE-WiFi BI-Sensor

AREA 4

Alix EYE-WiFi

INSTALLATION Total work hours for the installation (mounting + wiring) Two installation technicians1

50 hours

DALI

ON/OFF

80 hours

50 hours

Total cost of installation technicians (assembly + wiring)2

3500€

5600€

3500€

Total platform hire fee3

1197€

1710€

1197€

Total cost of installation of the system Labour of 2 installers + platform hire

4697€

(94€ per fixture)

7310€

(146€ per fixture)

4697€

(94€ per fixture)

CONSUMPTION Single LED fixture power absorbed (Fixture at 100% of its power)

70WAC

70WAC

70WAC

Total system power (Fixture at 100% of its power)

3290WAC

3290WAC

3290WAC

Real Average Instant Consumption (W)4

1974WAC

1974WAC

3290WAC

Daily electricity system cost (per day per 8 hours of operation)

2,52€

2,52€

4,21€

Total annual energy cost of the system (252 working days)

637€

637€

1061€

Two installation technicians are required for installation with platform use (for security reasons) Installer’s hourly cost € 29 + VAT = € 35 (rounded) / Installer’s daily working hours: 8 hours 3 Daily platform cost € 140 + VAT = € 171 (rounded) 4 In the EYE-WiFi and DALI versions with the use of the sensors, there is a considerable reduction in consumption, while in the ON/OFF system, the fixtures are always at 100% 5 Average cost 0.16 Euro/kWh 1 2

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AREA 1

EYE-WiFi BI-SENSOR is a wireless multifunction sensor equipped with a motion and brightness detection device

AREA 3

AREA 2

Savings up to 60% AREA 4

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SPD (Surge Protectiv Devices) Nowadays, the increasing use of electrical and electronic equipment and the exponential increase in the level of integration of semiconductors means that more attention is paid to transient surges of atmospheric origin and surges of electric operations on the distribution system, because of the huge economic damage that it may cause. This leads to the need to take more and more safety measures within the building and system infrastructures to ensure that electrical and electronic equipment is not harmed and can offer their performance even in the presence of interference.

45% Surges

41% Other causes DAMAGE TO ELECTRONICS IN SYSTEMS

14% Unspecified causes

SPD: CLASSIFICATION SPDs, depending on the current pulse of that lightening that strikes the earth, are tested and classified in different ways. The standard IEC 61643-11 Ed.1 (2011-03) and corresponding standard CEI EN 61643-11 / A11, while using different but identical definitions in substance, divide them as follows: IEC 61643-11 (2011-03)

CEI EN 61643-11/A11

SPD TYPE

Test class SPD 1

T-type SPD 1

SPD for current from lightning

Test Class I SPD: Tested with Impulse Current Iimp (10/350 μs) and with the rated discharge current In (8/20 μs)

Test class SPD 2

T-type SPD 2

Surge Protector

Test Class II SPD: Tested with the rated discharge current In (8/20 μs) and with the maximum discharge current Imax (8/20 μs). The Imax, however, is not useful or usable to choose the SPD

Test class SPD 3

T-type SPD 3

Surge Protector

Test Class III SPD: Test with the combined generator that applies without load a Uoc voltage (1.2 / 50 μs) and in short-circuit a presumed current In (8/20 μs)

Preferential maximum discharge current for SPD in test class 1, 2 and 3 in accordance with the standard CEI EN 61643-11 / A11 Peak Current (kA)

Combined pulse (kV)

25 kA

25 kV

20 kA

20 kV WAVE FORM

15 kA

15 kV

10 kA

10 kV

0 kA

0 kV 0

14

50

100

150

200

250

300

350

400

t µs

DISCHARGE COMBINED CURRENT PULSE

Class 1

10/350 μs

limp 25 kA

-

Class 2

8/20 μs

limp 20 kA

-

Class 3

1,2/50 μs

-

10 kV


Optimal system The example shown shows a typical industrial system of medium size. Immediately after the central counter, the Class 1 (red lightning) protection is installed to manage the direct current of the lightning entering the system. In the general panel area, there is Level 2 protection to eliminate the lightning surges still present (see green/red lightning). In the Control Room/CED Panel Area, due to the strategic importance of instrumentation, Class 1 and Class 2 protections are repeated to prevent a lightning strike downstream of the central counter from causing damage to this area. In addition, Level 3 (lightning lightning) protectors are combined to protect them from indirect residual surges resulting from the lightning. In the subsequent three-phase and single-phase areas, Level 2 protections are repeated. In fact, it is important to understand that an installation can have cables that also extend for tens/hundreds of meters and the protections are only effective if they are within a distance of 20m. Finally, we reach the LED lamp, which already contains Level 3 protection and all the precautions for effective immunity to electromagnetic disturbances. Almost all ERAL fixtures are equipped with standard surge protection (SOVP), standard protection against surges (up to 10kV).

Typical installation example in a TT system Tertiary / Industrial (medium-sized with electricity control box) General panel L1

kWh

L2

L3

N

PE

Electricity control box / Counter Panel

SPD level I

Three-phase area panel

SPD level II

400 V ca tension

400 V ca tension

EBB local equipotential bar MEBB main equipotential bar

EBB local equipotential bar

se L > 20 m

se L > 20 m

Single-phase area panel

General Panel

SPD level I + level II

SPD level II

400 V ca tension

EBB local equipotential bar

EBB local equipotential bar

se L > 20 m

se L > 20 m

Control Room/CED Panel

SPD level I + level II + level III

utilities

L1

L2

L3

N

PE

for utilities

230 V ca tension

LED device

LED

230/400 V ca tension

Device

The ERAL LED fixtures that are equipped with standard surge protection (up to 10kV) are shown with this pictogram.

EBB local equipotential bar

L1

L2

L3

N

PE

for utilities

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Flicker and Current Ripple The phenomenon of “Flickering” is back in the area of LED lighting due to the growing demand in terms of comfort and light quality. In a lamp that has low flickering values, this essentially depends on the lamp’s LED driver, the whirring and the flickering of the light detected directly by a lighting fixture is called “Flicker”.

A max. Amplitude variation

AREA 1

AREA 2 medium light output

B min. Single cycle

CURRENT RIPPLE AS A CAUSE OF LIGHT FLICKERING The phenomenon of flickering can have different causes. For Driver builders, it is the RIPPLE current that plays a decisive role. IT IS THE RESIDUAL CURRENT WHICH PASSES THROUGH A POWER SUPPLY AFTER RECTIFICATION AND FILTERING. In practice, it overlaps with continuous current and is often a swing repeated over time. These current swings that power the LED module also result in changes in luminance. The amount of flicker depends on the amount residual current, its frequency or regularity.

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ERAL defines items with low flickering values as: ​​ “FLICKER FREE” items. The human eye perceives 80% of environmental information, included in this total is also flickering. A low level of flickering is a particularly important requirement for industrial lighting fixtures. It is proved that, while very high frequencies have no effect on the state of well-being, those below 200 Hz do have an effect. Limiting the swings below 200Hz is very important, because at low frequencies the human eye is very sensitive to changes in light intensity and it would compromise the visual comfort with all the problems that result from it: attention problems, mood alteration, loss of work efficiency or physiological problems like headaches.

FLICKER

FREE

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P ro la mp 2.0

UP TO

26254 LUMEN

Temperature check °C Powered by

FLICKER

FREE +50°C OPERATING TEMPERATURE -20°C

180W AC 120W AC 80W AC COB LED

* COB LED on * Indicative life curve of an EYE-WiFi LED device with 50% hypothetical

shift (du’v’) CRI

energy savings due to the proper presence of natural light in the room and the correct use of EYE-WiFi system. Luminous flux

Chromaticity Shift

100%

0,01

5

90%

0,008

3,75

0,005

2,5

0,003

1,25

80% 70% 60%

hours

50% 0

100.000

200.000

300.000

400.000

0,000

500.000

0

1008

CRI

2016

3024

4032

5040

0 6048 hours

LIGHTING CHARACTERISTICS Direct light lighting systems with high efficiency COB (chip on board) LEDs. The fixture is characterized by a quality light and excellent colour rendering, combined with a wide range of optics (30°, 60°, 90°, diffused and asymmetrical) for widespread use in many industries.

MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Rectangular-shaped unit with Aisi 304 steel adjustable bracket for wall application. Electronic compartment accessible for easy maintenance. Optical system consisting of a brilliant and iridium-free aluminium reflector, where necessary, with metallic optics. Body made entirely of ENAB-44300 die-cast RAL9006 powder-coated UV-stabilized aluminium. An electrochemical pre-treatment of open pore anodizing is performed on the base alloy, guaranteeing its excellent corrosion resistance. AISI 316 stainless steel screws. A product with a TCS® system valve, eliminating the possible condens content inside the projector, thus ensuring a long life.

ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Direct connection to the mains power supply via terminal block accessible from the electronic compartment. Standard protection against electrostatic discharge (up to ± 30kV) and against surges. The built-in EYE-WiFi driver provides a low flicker rate even while dimming. Equipped with a temperature sensor for dimmer control, up to 50% of the total power,if the lamp should reach too high temperatures.

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±30kV 10kV

Prolamp 2.0 FINISH

RAL 9006

08

66

1 LED ARRAY - 80W AC COLD WHITE

CODE

90469

80

5700K

3,8 Kg

9,0 dm³

+

NAT. WHITE

WARM WHITE

4000K

3000K

C 10565 lm N 10565 lm W 9508 lm

NOMINAL POWER

292

71 W DC

251

TOTAL POWER

OPTIC CODE

80 W AC

30 60 90 00 07

+

300

OPTIC TYPE

30° 60° 90° Diffused Asym

292 251

78

300

78

Prolamp 2.0 FINISH

RAL 9006

2 LEDs ARRAY - 120W AC COLD WHITE

CODE

90470

5700K

4,6 Kg

12,3 dm³

+

NAT. WHITE 4000K

WARM WHITE 3000K

NOMINAL POWER

TOTAL POWER

OPTIC CODE

120 W AC

30 60 90 00 07

300

C 18315 lm N 18315 lm W 16484 lm

110 W DC

300

+

348

OPTIC TYPE

30° 60° 90° Diffused Asym

300 300

Prolamp 2.0 FINISH

RAL 9006

348

88

88

3 LEDs ARRAY - 180W AC COLD WHITE

CODE

5700K

NAT. WHITE 4000K

WARM WHITE 3000K

NOMINAL POWER

TOTAL POWER

OPTIC CODE

180 W AC

30 60 90 00 07

375

90471

6,5 Kg

21,4 dm³

+

C 26254 lm N 22844 lm W 21352 lm

170 W DC

379

432

375

379

432

Protective metal cage to increase the shock resistance of the lighting fixture

+

OPTIC TYPE

30° 60° 90° Diffused Asym

101

101

BALL TEST The luminaire with protective cage conforms to the EN13964 (annex D) standard and DIN 57710-13.

CODE

VERSION

Prolamp 2.0

80W

99392

Prolamp 2.0

120W

99474

Directional WiFi antenna

PHOTOMETRIC CALCULATIONS On request, lighting calculations are made to determine the satisfactory number of useful products to ensure the required lighting requirements

Cable not included

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M ultila mp 2.0

UP TO

36288 LUMEN

Temperature check °C

FLICKER

FREE +50°C OPERATING TEMPERATURE -20°C

Eral SMD LED

* Eral SMD LED on *Indicative life curve of an EYE-WiFi LED device with 50% hypothetical

energy savings due to the proper presence of natural light in the room and the correct use of EYE-WiFi system. Luminous flux 100% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 0

20.000

40.000

60.000

80.000

100.000

hours

LIGHTING CHARACTERISTICS Projectors equipped with LED light source on modules made up of 324 high-performance power diodes. Rectangularshaped projectors consisting of 1, 2 or 4 modules with three different types of optics to meet multiple lighting requirements. The modular construction of the fixture makes it easily expandable.

MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Fixture with rectangular body made of anodized black extruded aluminium 6060. Painted steel side caps. Optical UV stabilized polycarbonate, which also acts as a protective screen. Closing screws and AISI 316 steel brackets. Multiple installation solutions: ceiling or wall ceiling, suspended, blinded and recessed, with its numerous accessories (see accessories page). A protective metal cage is available.

ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Direct connection to the mains via 2 metres of neoprene cable. Standard protection against electrostatic discharge (up to ± 30kV) and against surges. Built-in EYE-WiFi driver, ensures a low flicker rate even while dimming. Equipped with a temperature sensor for dimmer control, up to 50% of the total power, if the lamp should reach too high temperatures.

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±30kV 10kV

Multilamp 3.0 ONE FINISH

CODE

Bk

90473

80

08

66

324 LEDs - 70W AC COLD WHITE 6500K

2,9 Kg

8,4 dm³

+

NAT. WHITE

WARM WHITE

4000K

3000K

C 11201 lm N 10638 lm W 10180 lm

NOMINAL POWER

TOTAL POWER

63 W DC

70 W AC

OPTIC CODE

+

240

30 90 33 12 90

108 245

90

245

Multilamp 3.0 DUO FINISH

CODE

Bk

90475

30° UGR<22 90° 120°

108optic has a UGR value<22 The 30°

33 240

OPTIC TYPE

648 LEDs - 130W AC COLD WHITE 6500K

4,8 Kg

16,1 dm³

+

NAT. WHITE

WARM WHITE

4000K

3000K

C 18144 lm N 17237 lm W 16459 lm

NOMINAL POWER

TOTAL POWER

120 W DC

OPTIC CODE

+

130 W AC 240

OPTIC TYPE

30 30° 33 UGR<22 90 90° 12 108 120° The 30° optic has a UGR value<22

90

33 240

108

482

90

482

Multilamp 3.0 FOUR FINISH

CODE

Bk

90476

1296 LEDs - 260W AC COLD WHITE 6500K

11,3 Kg

30,6 dm³

+

NAT. WHITE

WARM WHITE

4000K

3000K

C 36288 lm N 34474 lm W 32918 lm

NOMINAL POWER

TOTAL POWER

240 W DC

260 W AC

OPTIC CODE

+

OPTIC TYPE

30

30° UGR<22 90° 120°

485 90

12 108

The 30° optic has a UGR value<22

33

485

33

90

482

108 90

482

Accessory Quick connector plug/socket IP68 2 conductros

CODE

98729

Directionable WiFi antenna

PHOTOMETRIC CALCULATIONS On request, lighting calculations are made to determine the satisfactory number of useful products to ensure the required lighting requirements.

Safe connection. Cable gland with cable made of neoprene

Installation accessories

22

21


M u l t i l a m p 3.0 ACCESSORIES

MODULAR FIXTURE WITH MULTIPLE INSTALLATION POSSIBILITIES

WALL (Available for ONE, DUO and FOUR)

CEILING / BUSWAY (Available for ONE, DUO and FOUR)

SUSPENSION 1 (Available for ONE and DUO)

SUSPENSION 2 (Available for ONE and DUO)

CHAINS NOT INCLUDED

VERSION

RECESSED (Available for ONE and DUO)

SUSPENSION 3 (Available only for FOUR)

Multilamp 3.0 FOUR

BUILT-IN ACCESSORY WITH PRODUCT CODE

ADJUSTABLE STEEL BRACKET WITH SCREWS AND SAFETY SCREWS VERSION

CODE

VERSION

CODE

Multilamp 3.0 ONE

98755

Multilamp 3.0 FOUR

98759

Multilamp 3.0 DUO

98756

NOT INCLUDED

22

NOT INCLUDED


STEEL CLIP BRACKET FOR SUSPENSION INSTALLATION CHAINS NOT INCLUDED VERSION

OPTION 1

x1

x2

n° accessories required

CODE

Multilamp 3.0 ONE

2x

98754

Multilamp 3.0 DUO

2x

98754

x2

VERSION

OPTION 2

n° accessories required

CODE

Multilamp 3.0 ONE

2x

98748

Multilamp 3.0 DUO

2x

98748

PAINTED ALUMINIUM FRAME FOR BUILT-IN INSTALLATION WITH ADJUSTABLE SPRINGS

303 134

VERSION

CODE

Multilamp 3.0 ONE

98764

VERSION

CODE

Multilamp 3.0 DUO

98765

308

303 134 545

PAINTED ALUMINIUM FRAME FOR DIRECT BUILT-IN INSTALLATION WITH SCREWS

305

VERSION

CODE

Multilamp 3.0 ONE

99484

24

PROTECTIVE METAL CAGE IDEAL FOR INCREASED IMPACT RESISTANCE OF THE FIXTURE

VERSION

BALL TEST The luminaire with protective cage conforms to the EN13964 (annex D) standard and DIN 57710-13.

n° accessories required

CODE

Multilamp 3.0 ONE

1x

98758

Multilamp 3.0 DUO

2x

98758

Multilamp 3.0 FOUR

1x

98760

23


F lam p 2.0

UP TO

30232 LUMEN

Temperature check Powered by

°C

FLICKER

FREE +50°C OPERATING TEMPERATURE -20°C

COB LED

* COB LED on * Indicative life curve of an EYE-WiFi LED device with 50% hypothetical

shift (du’v’) CRI

energy savings due to the proper presence of natural light in the room and the correct use of EYE-WiFi system. Luminous flux

Chromaticity Shift

100%

0,01

5

90%

0,008

3,75

0,005

2,5

0,003

1,25

80% 70% 60%

hours

50% 0

100.000

200.000

300.000

400.000

500.000

0,000

0

1008

CRI

2016

3024

4032

5040

0 6048 hours

LIGHTING CHARACTERISTICS LED suspension designed for industrial applications, equipped with 3 or 6 Cree® LEDs with high brightness and high efficiency with the following features: uniform emitting surface, CRI80 colour rendering index. Different optics are available in chromed aluminium (45°, 60°, 90°, 110°) to meet any lighting requirements.

MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Frame made of epoxy powder-coated aluminium (EN AB 46100) designed to give a strong contribution to thermal dissipation. An electrochemical pre-treatment of open pore anodizing is performed on the base alloy, guaranteeing its excellent corrosion resistance. Extra-hardened glass cover (4mm thick) that guarantees high resistance to impacts. Front cover available on request in pre-tempered glass or sandblasted glass or transparent polycarbonate. The degree of protection and sealing is ensured by a silicone seal. LED suspension with high mechanical resistance (IK08). Attachment system to allow installation with suspension cables / chains (not included). All screws and brackets of the fixture are made of stainless steel.

ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Direct connection to the mains power supply. Integrated power supply with different protections: surge protection, protection against electrostatic discharge up to 30kV, thermal protection to avoid overheating. PG9 cable gland with pre-wired neoprene cable. The built-in EYE-WiFi driver provides a low flicker rate even while dimming. Equipped with a temperature sensor for dimmer control, up to 50% of the total power, if the lamp should reach too high temperatures.

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1m

Flamp 2.0 EASY FINISH

Gr

80

08

65

45°

3 LEDs ARRAY - 130W AC COLD WHITE

CODE

90477

±30kV 10kV

NAT. WHITE

5700K

6,50 Kg

+

21,6 dm³

C

18722 lm

4000K

N

18722 lm

NOMINAL POWER

TOTAL POWER

Ø240 117 W DC

130 W AC

OPTIC CODE

+

32 200

45 60 90 11

OPTIC TYPE

45° UGR<22 60° UGR<22 90° 110° *

The 45° and 60° optics have UGR<22

Ø208

80 32

100

Ø300 80

Ø300

Flamp 2.0 FINISH

Gr

4 LEDs ARRAY - 200W AC COLD WHITE

CODE

90478

NAT. WHITE

5700K

6,95 Kg

+

21,6 dm³

C

30232 lm

4000K

N

30232 lm

NOMINAL POWER

TOTAL POWER

Ø240 180 W DC

200 W AC 32

200

Ø240

OPTIC CODE

+

45 60 90 11

OPTIC TYPE

45° UGR<22 60° UGR<22 90° 110° *

The 45° and 60° optics have UGR<22

80 32

200

Ø300 80

Ø300

Accessory Quick connector plug/socket IP68 2 conductros

PHOTOMETRIC CALCULATIONS On request, lighting calculations are made to determine the satisfactory number of useful products to ensure the required lighting requirements.

CODE

98729

Available on request with protective metal cage ideal for increased impact resistance of the fixture.

BALL TEST The luminaire with protective cage conforms to the EN13964 (annex D) standard and DIN 57710-13.

110°

Oval

*The 110° optic

fixtures have the inner surface adjacent to the LED source painted reflective white

Oval optic fixtures available on request (50° x 85°), have a hardened transparent glass diffuser

UV polycarbonate micro-prismatic diffuser, ideal for reducing direct glare.

98727 25


A lu x 2.0

UP TO

24360 LUMEN

Temperature check °C

FLICKER

FREE +50°C OPERATING TEMPERATURE -20°C

Eral SMD LED

* Eral SMD LED on *Indicative life curve of an EYE-WiFi LED device with 50% hypothetical

energy savings due to the proper presence of natural light in the room and the correct use of EYE-WiFi system. Luminous flux 100% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 0

20.000

40.000

60.000

80.000

100.000

hours

LIGHTING CHARACTERISTICS Lighting fixtures with light source made up of latest generation high-density SMD Top LEDs fitted on modules placed on a single central row. Transparent hardened glass diffuser (4mm thick) and various types of optics (30°/60°/120°) that guarantee perfect cleaning of the light cone. Drivers not subject to the “flickering” effect even during dimming.

MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Light fixture with anodized extruded aluminium body, specially designed for thermal dissipation, the diffuser is made of transparent glass. Fixture with high-impact resistance index (IK09), protected against dust and water jets (IP65). Ceiling, suspension or busway installation. A product with a TCS® system valve, eliminating the possible condens content inside the projector, thus ensuring a long life.

ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Direct connection to the mains power supply via connection to the internal terminal board (connection cable not included). The built-in EYE-WiFi driver provides a low flicker rate even while dimming. Equipped with a temperature sensor for dimmer control, up to 50% of the total power, if the lamp reaches too high temperatures.

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±30kV 10kV

80

09

65

35°

Alux FINISH

Gr

COLD WHITE

LENGHT

CODE

1624 mm

90481

6,2 Kg

27 dm³

2014 mm

90482

9,2 Kg

33 dm³

NAT. WHITE

6500K

+

C

4000K

18408 lm 24360 lm

N

17664 lm 23280 lm

NOMINAL POWER

TOTAL POWER

16392 lm

121 W DC

130 W AC

21120 lm

157 W DC

170 W AC

WARM WHITE 3000K

W

OPTIC CODE

+

30 60 12

OPTIC TYPE

30° 60° UGR<22 120°

The 60° optic has a UGR value<22

90 106

L

TCS valve

Directionable WiFi antenna

Steel attachment for suspension or ceiling installation

PG9 IP68 cable gland

Aluminium surface designed to increase thermal dissipation

Accessory Quick connector plug/socket IP68 2 conductros

PHOTOMETRIC CALCULATIONS On request, lighting calculations are made to determine the satisfactory number of useful products to ensure the required lighting requirements.

CODE

98729 Fixing Accessories SUSPENSION INSTALLATION

CEILING INSTALLATION

Support brackets and hooks included.

NOT INCLUDED

HOLES

x2

x2

27


A lix-Alix QUICK

UP TO

10886

DOUBLE

LUMEN

FLICKER

FREE Alix

DOUBLE

Alix QUICK

DOUBLE

Eral SMD LED

* Eral SMD LED on *Indicative life curve of an EYE-WiFi LED device with 50% hypothetical

energy savings due to the proper presence of natural light in the room and the correct use of EYE-WiFi system. Luminous flux 100%

DOUBLE LED LINE

90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 0

20.000

40.000

60.000

80.000

100.000

hours

+50°C OPERATING TEMPERATURE -20°C

LIGHTING CHARACTERISTICS Lighting fixtures with light source made up of latest generation high-density SMD Top LEDs fitted on modules placed on a double parallel line. Fixture with embedded diffuser and various types of optics (30°/60°/120°) that guarantee perfect cleaning of the light cone and multiple lighting requirements.

MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Light fixture for ceiling or suspended attachment with grey polycarbonate body, embossed polycarbonate diffuser and steel closure clips. Fixture with high-impact resistance index (IK08), protected against dust and water jets (IP65). Ceiling installation with a fixing bracket that is fixed to the wall with screws and dowels; suspension installation with a fastening bracket fixed to the support hook for suspension.

ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Driver EYE-WiFi integrated into the body lamp for direct connection to the mains power supply via connection to the internal terminal board (connection cable not included).

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±30kV 10kV

80

08

65

35°

Alix DOUBLE CODE

LENGHT

92985

1570 mm

COLD WHITE

NAT. WHITE

5700K

3,03 Kg

18,25 dm³

WARM WHITE

4000K

3000K

+ C 10886 lm N 10886 lm W 10022 lm

NOMINAL POWER

TOTAL POWER

63 W DC

70 W AC

OPTIC CODE

+

30 60 12

OPTIC TYPE

30° UGR<22 60° UGR<22 120°

The 30° and 60° optics have an UGR value<22

965 103 166

1570

Alix Quick DOUBLE CODE

LENGHT

92986

1570 mm

COLD WHITE

NAT. WHITE

5700K

3,03 Kg

18,25 dm³

WARM WHITE

4000K

3000K

+ C 10886 lm N 10886 lm W 10022 lm

NOMINAL POWER

TOTAL POWER

63 W DC

70 W AC

OPTIC CODE

+

30 60 12

OPTIC TYPE

30° UGR<22 60° UGR<22 120°

The 30° and 60° optics have an UGR value<22

965 103 166

1570

PHOTOMETRIC CALCULATIONS On request, lighting calculations are made to determine the satisfactory number of useful products to ensure the required lighting requirements.

Embossed diffuser

Fixing Accessories Alix DOUBLE SUSPENSION INSTALLATION

Clips brackets and retaining hooks included.

CEILING INSTALLATION

x2 NON INCLUSO HOLES

x2

Fixing Accessories Alix Quick DOUBLE SUSPENSION INSTALLATION

x2

CEILING INSTALLATION

Clips brackets and retaining hooks included. x2

Self-tapping screws, dowels and connector (female) included in the package.

NOT INCLUDED HOLES

x1

x4 x4

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Edith

UP TO

MODULAR CEILING

14433 LUMEN

MODULAR CEILING FIXTURE

Durable PMMA diffuser

Powder-coated steel

FLICKER

FREE

Eral SMD LED

* Eral SMD LED on *Indicative life curve of an EYE-WiFi LED device with 50% hypothetical

energy savings due to the proper presence of natural light in the room and the correct use of EYE-WiFi system. Luminous flux 100% 90%

+50°C OPERATING TEMPERATURE -20°C

80% 70% 60% 50% 0

20.000

40.000

60.000

80.000

100.000

hours

LIGHTING CHARACTERISTICS The fixtures are equipped with SMD TOP LED high efficiency LED. Up to 50,000 hours of operation. Available in different versions of colour rendering index (CRI80 and CRI92), size (595x595mm, 620x620mm, 1195x295mm) and power.

MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Lighting fixture for modular suspended ceiling with white painted steel body and opal white PMMA diffuser.

ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS The EYE-WiFi driver for powering the fixture is not included and must be ordered separately, it is also available in the Emergency version (with kit that includes driver and battery pack ideal to maintain security lighting in the event of a blackout). Instant power on.

30


±30kV 10kV

05

44

35°

Edith MODULAR CEILING STANDARD DIMENSION L1xL2

TOTAL POWER

CODE

SUGGESTED DRIVER CODE NAT. WHITE 4000K

30W

*

95049

95726

70W

95724

95727

100W

96547

96548

96421

96413

50W 595x595mm

30W

*

50W 620x620mm

70W

96422

96414

100W

96461

96726

96593

96595

30W 50W 1195x295mm

70W

96516

96518

100W

96517

96563

3,40 Kg 65,1 dm³

3,70 Kg 65,1 dm³

3,50 Kg 65,1 dm³

+ N

3,80 Kg 65,1 dm³

WARM WHITE 3000K

OPTIC CODE

WARM WHITE

OPTIC TYPE

VOLTAGE

CURRENT

DRIVER CODICE

3000K

4495 lm

4293 lm

3600 lm

39V

840mA

99475

7216 lm

6811 lm

5273 lm

39V

1250mA

99476

10088 lm

9152 lm

8112 lm

39V

1800mA

99477

13572 lm

12909 lm

8775 lm

39V

2500mA

99478

4495 lm

4293 lm

3600 lm

39V

840mA

99475

39V

1250mA

99476

39V

1800mA

99477

7216 lm 10088 lm

6811 lm

W

9152 lm

W

5273 lm 8112 lm

+

00

Diff.

+

13572 lm

12909 lm

10764 lm

39V

2500mA

99478

4841 lm

4623 lm

3887 lm

39V

840mA

99475

7062 lm

6406 lm

5678 lm

39V

1250mA

99476

10088 lm

9152 lm

8112 lm

39V

1800mA

99477

14433 lm

13621 lm

11593 lm

39V

2500mA

99478

4,50 Kg 61,0 dm³

*UGR<19 L1

L2

75

PHOTOMETRIC CALCULATIONS On request, lighting calculations are made to determine the satisfactory number of useful products to ensure the required lighting requirements.

INSTALLATION ON MODULAR FALSE CEILINGS

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BI-Sensor

08

66

EYE-WiFi BI-SENSOR is a wireless multifunction sensor equipped with a motion and brightness detection device. The two sensors can be switched off and adjusted individually, thus obtaining three different modes. (LUX-sensor, MOTION-sensor and BI-sensor). 1mt cable

190-250 V AC

44

75

FINISH

CODE

Gr

98741

0,94 Kg

11,47 dm³

MOTION SENSOR + LUX SENSOR

Ø151

Steel fixing accessories

Pair of lateral fixing brackets

Adjustable fixing bracket

Adjustable/tiltable bracket

Retaining fixing bracket

CODE

CODE

CODE

CODE

98659

98657

98658

98656

Gateway

40

The mobile devices are connected through the Gateway EYE-WiFi, which converts WiFi signals into MiWi signals. This way, the EYEWiFi technology can be used in all IT networks. If it is not possible to use your existing IT network, you can use the Gateway Hotspot function to create a stand-alone, independent WiFi network.

150

100

30

FINISH

CODE

Bk

99369

0,31 Kg

0,44 dm³

72

Network Standards: IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n Radio Frequency Bands: 2.4GHz

ATTENTION: A Gateway EYE-WiFi can control up to 77 EYE-WiFi fixtures. As generic indications, we can provide the following maximum distances between Gateway EYE-WiFi and EYE-WiFi device: •Alix_, maximum radius of 40m around the Gateway EYE-WiFi; •Flamp_, Prolamp_, Alux_, maximum radius of 135m around the Gateway EYE-WiFi.

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Linksys AC1900 WiFi Router

40

Simultaneous dual band (2.4 + 5 GHz) offers a stronger connection in a wider range than a single band with AC1900 speed. Equipped with 4 high-performance antennas, they provide optimum coverage and maximum signal strength even in large spaces or multi-storey buildings.

247

195

51

FINISH

CODE

Bk

99473

0,8 Kg

8,6 dmÂł

Network Standards: IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac Radio Frequency Bands: 2.4 & 5GHz Ports: USB 3.0, gigabit Ethernet CPU: 1.3 GHz dual-core processor

TP-Link Extender

40

The latest generation Access Point (802.11ac standard) ensures superior wireless performance and high network coverage, both at 2.4GHz and 5GHz. TP-Link Extender allows to extend the WiFi range generated by Linksys AC1900 WiFi Router, it grant WiFi network coverage even in extended areas.

180

47

FINISH

CODE

Wh

99472

0,47 Kg

5,4 dmÂł

Network Standards: IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac Radio Frequency Bands: 2.4GHz & 5GHz Alimentazione: PoE (power over Ethernet) 802.af or driver

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EYE-WiFi, easy to install The EYE-WiFi network is easy to install and implement. Once an EYE-WiFi fixture is connected to the mains supply this will be detected by the EYE-WiFi Gateway and displayed via EYE-WiFi APP. Network Extension: You can add an EYE-WiFi fixture at any time and easily to a pre-existing network. Versatility: You can change the configuration of your fixtures and groups simply by switching to the APP with a click.

Modes of use OPTION 1: HOTSPOT MODE (WITHOUT ROUTER). For independent systems independent of the LAN network. WiFi connection of the smart device (smartphone, tablet or PC) to the EYE-WiFi Gateway. Access to data via WiFi: see rear of the EYE-WiFi Gateway. It is possible to connect at most two smart devices simultaneously. Up to 77 fixtures can be connected via Gateway EYE-WiFi

Devices

WiFi (WLAN) 1

2

3

4

5

6

7

Gateway (99369)

Sensor LUX + Motion (98741)

OPTION 2: CLIENT MODE (WITH ROUTER) For controlling more than 77 EYE-WiFi devices. WiFi connection of the smart device (smartphone, tablet or PC) to the router. Access to data via WiFi: see back of the router. WiFi connection of the router to the EYE-WiFi Gateway. Devices

Router WiFi (99473)

WiFi

WiFi Extender (99472) (99 (9 99 9

WiFi Extender (99472) WiFi (WLAN)

WiFi (WLAN)

Maximum 15x Gateway EYE-WiFi for each subnet

1

Gateway (99369)

Up to 77 fixtures can be connected via Gateway EYE-WiFi

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2

7 77x

7 77x

7 77x

Up to 77 fixtures can be connected via Gateway EYE-WiFi


Network security protocols WiFi network: Nowadays, increasing the security of a given wireless network has become a necessary operation. Protecting your wireless connection from potential malicious people prevents possible privacy issues. A series of simple tips to help you immediately increase the security of a WiFi network simply consist of enabling or disabling some of the special features already present in the modem router. With a few simple steps, you can improve your level of security, such as by using more complex SSID names and passwords, enabling the built-in firewall in the router, always installing the latest security updates available on all devices, and always choosing the maximum protection allowed from the router to all the different devices. To date, the safest protections are WPA-PSK, or even better, WPA2-PSK with TKIP or AES encryption. Our devices are equipped with all the most advanced security protocols, just take care of the aforementioned tips:

GATEWAY EYE-WiFi Supports the following protocols: ACCES POINT MODE • WPA 2 (default) MODALITÀ STATION • WEP • WPA • WPA 2-Personal & Enterprise

LINKSYS WRT1900ACS Supports the following protocols: • WEP • WPA • WPA 2 (default)

MiWi network: MiWi is ideal for applications that need long-range coverage as it provides greater network flexibility with mesh network topology, which routes packets from the terminal nodes to the gateway via the shortest route available. Security MiWi protocol uses the MAC security definition defined in the IEEE 802.15.4 standard. To ensure the integrity of the frames and to properly encrypt the payload in the MiWi protocol, the following is used as the security mode: AES-CCM32 (Advanced Encryption Standard) - Counter with CBC-MAC (Cipher Block Chaining Message Authentication Code).

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WiFi and MiWi signal coverage SIGNAL COVERAGE Providing accurate indications on the coverage ranges of the WiFi signal and MiWi signal is not possible, as these vary depending on the location where the EYE-WiFi devices are installed, below are the main variants that may affect the coverage radius of a network: • Indoor or outdoor installation environment (office, warehouse, barn, car park, etc.) • Open field or close to buildings It is also necessary to consider the following environmental factors, which can strongly restrict the ranges: • Losses in free space • Reflection, diffraction, refraction and absorption • Type of soil and/or material with which the walls/floors/ceilings are made • Environment, whether urban or rural, type of vegetation • Average propagation (dry or humid air) • Height and position of the antenna, power of the radio module (dBm) If you do not have WiFi coverage at the installation site, we suggest generating the signal with the help of a Router (99473) and its Access Point (Extender), the following are the two main cases:

OPTION 1: small surface (indoor, hotspot mode) Gateway (99369)

Bi-Sensor

Luminaires

OPTION 2: extremely wide surface spread across multiple floors (indoor/outdoor, client mode) Router WiFi (99473)

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WiFi extender (99472)

Gateway (99369)

Bi-Sensor

Luminaires


REAL INSTALLATION EXAMPLE Industrial environment with no obstacles or walls between the different areas indicated, extensive and open environment without the signal coverage restrictions listed on the previous page.

1a

AREA 1a 1x Gateway EYE-WiFi 77x EYE-WiFi lamps AREA 1b 1x Gateway EYE-WiFi 24x EYE-WiFi lamps

1b AREA 2 1x Gateway EYE-WiFi 51x EYE-WiFi lamps

2 130 m

3

4

AREA 3 1x Gateway EYE-WiFi 1x EYE-WiFi Bi-Sensor 51x EYE-WiFi lamps

AREA 4 1x Gateway EYE-WiFi 51x EYE-WiFi lamps

AREA 5 1x Gateway EYE-WiFi 1x EYE-WiFi Bi-Sensor 60x EYE-WiFi lamps

Area: 14900 m2 Height: 10m

5 125 m LEGEND

Considering the maximum scope of a Gateway EYE-WiFi fixture that can control up to 77 EYE-WiFi fixtures, by analysing the example, it is known as AREA 1 where you have a total of 101 EYE-WiFi lamps to be controlled, the first 77 lamps are controlled by a Gateway EYE-WiFi called AREA 1a, the remaining 24 EYE-WiFi Lamps assigned to AREA 1 will be controlled by a second Gateway EYE-WiFi, called AREA 1b. AREAS 2, 3 and 4 respectively have 51 EYE-WiFi Lamps controlled by 1 Gateway EYE-WiFi for each of these areas. In AREA 3, the presence of an EYE-WiFi Bi-Sensor sensor located in the setup window is within the total EYE-WiFi fixtures controlled by that Gateway EYE-WiFi for that area, so in total there are 52 EYE-WiFi fixtures monitored. In AREA 5, the Gateway EYE-WiFi controls 60 EYE-WiFi Lamps and an EYE-WiFi Bi-Sensor positioned close to the outside opening. The WiFi router generates the WiFi signal, the two WiFi range extenders connected to the router extend the signal across the area. A management system that leverages daylight and that signals presence with appropriate sensors further increases the economic saving.

AREA 1a/1b AREA 2 AREA 3 AREA 4 AREA 5 EYE-WiFi lamp EYE-WiFi BI-Sensor Gateway EYE-WiFi Router WiFi WiFi range extender

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EYE-WiFi BI-Sensor LUX + MOTION EYE-WiFi BI-SENSOR is a wireless multifunction sensor equipped with a motion and brightness detection device, ideal for maximum energy savings (up to 60%). The two sensors can be switched off and adjusted individually, thus obtaining three different modes (LUXsensor, MOTION-sensor and BI-sensor). The EYE-WiFi sensor detects light intensity, motion of vehicles, people, and sends information on the 2.4GHz wireless network of EYE-WiFi devices. It can be installed at elevated heights up to 11m, and is, therefore, compatible with industrial and commercial applications (high bay applications).

SENSOR VISUAL FIELD side

SENSOR VISUAL FIELD top

11m

Y 10m

9m

ca. 32°

X ca. 80°

8m

7m

The detection distances indicated vary depending on the volume of the object to be detected. For example, it will be different if the object to be detected is a person or a forklift.

6m

5m

Installation height (m)

4m

11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2

3m

2m

1m

0m

X

Y

Ground distance coordinates X (m) Y (m)

14,36 13,05 11,75 10,44 9,14 7,83 6,53 5,22 3,92 2,61

11,44 10,40 9,36 8,32 7,28 6,24 5,20 4,16 3,12 2,08

The sensor coupled to the Gateway and wireless drivers (incorporated into EYE-WiFi fixtures) allows the management of all EYE-WiFi fixtures in the system through the EYE-Wifi App. The sensor must be powered by the mains voltage and not require any other connecting cables to the rest of the system. MOTION-SENSOR MODE Light 100%

Presence Light Value

Absence Light Value 0% Presence Time Value

Fade time OFF

Time

The sensor set in MOTION-Sensor mode (Presence detector only), in the absence of motion, keeps its light level at a preset value (Absence Light Value) that can be set by EYE-Wifi App. When a motion is detected, the sensor is activated by instantly bringing the light level to the maximum level (Presence Light Value). The sensor maintains the highest level throughout the “Presence Time Value” time (this value is reset at each new motion detected). Once the “Presence Light Value” limit has been reached, the sensor returns the brightness to the minimum “Absence Light Value” preset at a time equal to “Fade Time Off”. All these parameters can be adjusted in the EYE-Wifi App.

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LUX-SENSOR MODE The sensor in LUX-Sensor mode (brightness sensor only) is able to detect the total of natural and artificial light (emitted by the lighting fixtures). Through the brightness sensor, it is possible to keep the Lux level (Lux Target Value) constant on the surface below the sensor as the natural light contribution changes. For a constant brightness level control on the work surface, the sensors must be positioned on the ceiling to read the total of the contribution of artificial and natural light reflecting from the surface below. It is convenient to install a brightness sensor for each area, where the natural light contribution is important and even. The EYE-WiFi sensor must be installed in a barycentric position with respect to the illuminated area, as it must be influenced by both natural and artificial light.

day light

artificial light

BI-SENSOR MODE Light 100% 90% 70%

Dim Value

50%

Presence Light Value Absence Light Value 0%

Presence Time Value

Time

Fade time OFF

Both sensors (motion + brightness) are used in BI sensor mode. In the absence of motion, the fixtures associated with the sensor are set to the “Absence Light Value” value (user-selectable value via the EYE-Wifi App). When motion is detected, the sensor evaluates the ambient brightness and adjusts the power of the LED fixtures to adjust their brightness level (artificial light) inversely proportional to the natural light present in the environment. Once the “Presence Time Value” limit has been reached, the sensor returns the brightness to the “Absence Light Value” at a time equal to “Fade Time OFF”.

LEGEND

6:00 o’clock in the morning, weak natural light

80%

80%

80%

LUCE ESTERNA DAY LIGHT

80%

Eye WiWi lamp

LUCE ESTERNA DAY LIGHT

Power %

7:00

Bi-sensor Eye WiWi

14:00 o’clock in the afternoon, very intense natural light

40%

40%

40%

LUCE ESTERNA NA DAY LIGHT

40%

LUCE LU ESTERNA DAY LIGHT

14:00

22:00 o’clock in the evening, very weak natural light

100%

100%

100%

100%

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Monitoring chart progress A working day from 6:00 to 22:00

EYE-Wifi App lets you display in real-time or record and display the operation of the system and the individual fixtures at a later time. For example, you can see the ambient brightness detected by the sensors, the power supplied by the individual units or the whole system, the dimming level of the fixtures, and the temperature of each individual fixture. The detection time range is adjustable from 15 seconds to 30 minutes. That way, we have everything under control. The sample chart on this page refers to the system described in the pages above, and shows the dimming of the fixtures in relation to the detection of ambient light. As you can notice during the sunniest daytime hours, you get a remarkable energy saving as the LED fixtures are dimmed to a minimum. The average energy saving on this working day is about 40% compared to a classic ON/OFF system.

LUX

1825

1500

1125

750

100% Power

375

15% Power 0

40

06:00

08:00

10:00

12:00

14:0


00

Energy saving of the day compared to an ON / OFF system

Economic saving

WARNING: Detection was carried out during a very sunny summer day, if it clouds over, there would be a decrease in natural light (detected by the sensor) with the EYE-WiFi system ready to respond, which would then GRADUALLY increase the power of the fixtures until they reach the desired average brightness threshold (LUX TARGET - can be set up via the APP). Therefore there are no sudden changes in dimming of the brightness intensity, even if there were significant changes of the Lux detected due to a thunderstorm or the presence of clouds. The interaction between the Lux level set and detected by the sensors is coordinated by the Eye-WiFi system and is not remotely picked up by the eyes of the operating personnel in that environment at the time.

LUX DETECTED BY THE SENSOR (LUX) LUX TARGET SET UP (LUX) EROGATED POWER (%)

Power %

100%

50%

16:00

18:00

20:00

0% 22:00

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“Smart City” & LIVING IN A BETTER CONTEXT The definition of “Smart City” in city planning is the set of planning strategies aimed at optimizing and innovating public services: a city that uses technology to provide public services in an innovative way for the benefit of citizens. Many countries are experimenting with new lighting systems, especially to minimize budgetary costs. Today, light accounts for 20% of global energy consumption, and today’s urban lighting system is inefficient in 75% of cases. Cities need lighting solutions that go beyond traditional light sources: high-quality LED systems that allow easy control of lighting effects and drastically reduce energy consumption and maintenance. The new Eral EYE-WiFi LED lampposts fit perfectly in this context.

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THE FUTURE TO EXALT THE PAST The attention that public administrations turn to the lighting of their historical centers is increasing. With the advent of LEDs, an important step forward has been made in terms of energy savings, the reduction of maintenance costs, and a minor impact on the environment. LED lighting is a technology that has given a new image to our cities, however, despite having different color temperatures in a historical center, it is not always possible to maintain the warmth and magic that are characteristic of the oldest parts of our city realities. In fact, with the classic LED technology, even if using a color temperature of 3000K (called White White) you can not recreate the atmosphere that occurred using a traditional light such as low pressure sodium, because, this last light source oscillates from a minimum of 1800K to a maximum of 2500 K but with very low color rendering values <50. In this sense, ERAL wanted to expand its range of solutions by giving the possibility to maintain the bright aspect that characterizes a city of art without renouncing the realization of a relamping project using innovative LED technologies. ERAL, in its head poles integrates an LED with 2200K color temperatures called â&#x20AC;&#x153;Ancient Whiteâ&#x20AC;?, which offer a visual perception of the environment similar to the perception given by traditional sodium vapor sources but with all the advantages and great potential of the LEDs, such as: high color rendering >80, high energy efficiency, long life span and superior quality of perceived light.

Vapori di sodio 1800K

Ancient White 2200K

Warm White 3000K

The Eral EYE-WiFi head poles with LED Ancient White are therefore the ideal solution for the lighting of all historic centers.

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H ea d Pole 2.0 LIGHTING SOLUTIONS FOR CITIES AND STREETS

Prodotti disponibili a partire da Aprile 2018 Products available from April 2018

Powered by

Mini-Parker 2.0

Mini-Ledweg 2.0

Voyager 2.0 UP TO

9936 LUMEN

UP TO

10309 LUMEN

LIGHTING CHARACTERISTICS Fixture equipped with Cree LEDs of the latest generation with extremely high efficiency. Optics made of PMMA with high resistance to temperature and UV radiation. Characterized by a quality light and excellent colour rendering, combined with a wide range of optics (71_Bike, Street_72, Urban_73 e Suburban_74) for widespread use in many places.

MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS Lighting fixtures made entirely of die cast ENAB-46100 aluminum, powder-coated RAL7016/RAL7035 texture and UV stabilized. On the base alloy it is performed an electrochemical pretreatment of open pore anodization which provides excellent corrosion resistance. Extra clear protective screens made of tempored glass (thickness 4 mm). A product with a TCSÂŽ system valve, eliminating the possible condens content inside the projector, thus ensuring a long life.

ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Standard protection against electrostatic discharge (up to Âą 30kV) and against surges. The built-in EYE-WiFi driver provides a low flicker rate even while dimming. Equipped with a temperature sensor for dimmer control, up to 50% of the total power, if the lamp should reach too high temperatures.

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Drop 2.0

Drop AIR 2.0

Temperature check UP TO

10309

°C

LUMEN

FLICKER

FREE +50°C OPERATING TEMPERATURE -20°C

XHP50 LED

* XHP50 LED on * Indicative life curve of an EYE-WiFi LED device with 50% hypothetical energy savings due to the correct use of EYE-WiFi system.

Luminous flux 100% 90% 80% 70% 60%

hours

50% 100.000

0

200.000

300.000

400.000

500.000

shift (du’v’) CRI Chromaticity Shift

CRI

0,01

5

0,008

3,75

0,005

2,5

0,003

1,25

0,000

0

1008

2016

3024

4032

5040

0 6048 hours

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Prodotti disponibili a partire da Aprile 2018 378 Products available from April 2018 110

Mini-Parker 2.0 220

Ø60

419

15

187

74

82 251 463

6 LEDs - 46W AC FINISH

CODE

RAL7016

80119

RAL7035

80120

COLD WHITE 5000K

3,5 Kg 17,5 dm³ 0,20 m2

+

NAT. WHITE 4000K

WARM WHITE 3000K

ANCIENT WHITE Nº LEDs 2200K

C 6624 lm N 6624 lm W 5737 lm A 4171 lm

6

NOMINAL POWER

TOTAL POWER

42 W DC

46 W AC

NOMINAL POWER

OPTIC CODE

OPTIC TYPE

71 72 73 79

Bike Street 2.0 Urban 2.0 Park 2.0

TOTAL POWER

OPTIC CODE

OPTIC TYPE

62 W DC

69 W AC

71 72 73 74 79

Bike Street 2.0 Urban 2.0 Subu. 2.0 Park 2.0

NOMINAL POWER

TOTAL POWER

+

9 LEDs - 69W AC FINISH

CODE

RAL7016

80133

COLD WHITE 5000K

3,5 Kg 17,5 dm³ 0,20 m

2

RAL7035

80134

+

NAT. WHITE 4000K

WARM WHITE 3000K

ANCIENT WHITE Nº LEDs 2200K

C 9936 lm N 9936 lm W 7860 lm A 6256 lm

9

+

440

Mini-Ledweg 2.0 220

396

15

187

74 Ø60

82 110

220 440

6 LEDs - 46W AC FINISH

COLD WHITE

CODE

RAL7016

80316

RAL7035

80317

5000K

3,5 Kg 16,2 dm³ 0,20 m2

+

NAT. WHITE 4000K

WARM WHITE 3000K

ANCIENT WHITE Nº LEDs 2200K

C 6624 lm N 6624 lm W 5737 lm A 4171 lm

9

OPTIC CODE

OPTIC TYPE

71 72 73 79

Bike Street 2.0 Urban 2.0 Park 2.0

TOTAL POWER

OPTIC CODE

OPTIC TYPE

42 W DC

46 W AC

71 72 73 74 79

Bike Street 2.0 Urban 2.0 Subu. 2.0 Park 2.0

NOMINAL POWER

TOTAL POWER

OPTIC CODE

OPTIC TYPE

46 W AC

71 72 73 74 79

Bike Street 2.0 Urban 2.0 Subu. 2.0 Park 2.0

42 W DC

46 W AC

NOMINAL POWER

+

Drop 2.0 Ø420

Ø71 182

32

Ø40

6 LEDs - 46W AC FINISH

CODE

RAL7016

80318

RAL7035

80319

COLD WHITE 5700K

6,3 Kg

36 dm³ 0,33 m

2

+

NAT. WHITE 4000K

WARM WHITE 3000K

ANCIENT WHITE Nº LEDs 2200K

C 6624 lm N 6624 lm W 5737 lm A 4171 lm

6

+

Voyager 2.0 Ø420

Ø169,5 191

61

Ø72,5

6 LEDs - 46W AC FINISH

CODE

RAL7016

80320

RAL7035

46

80321

COLD WHITE 5000K

6,3 Kg

36 dm³ 0,33 m

2

+

NAT. WHITE 4000K

WARM WHITE 3000K

ANCIENT WHITE Nº LEDs 2200K

C 6624 lm N 6624 lm W 5737 lm A 4171 lm

6

42 W DC

+


Risk Exempt

±30kV 10kV

80

08

66

Drop 2.0 Ø420

Ø71 182

9 LEDs - 71W AC FINISH

32

Ø40

COLD WHITE

CODE

GLASS

RAL7016

80322

RAL7035

80323

RAL7016

80324

RAL7035

80325

NAT. WHITE

5000K

6,3 Kg

+

36 dm³ 0,33 m2

4000K

WARM WHITE 3000K

ANCIENT WHITE Nº LEDs 2200K

C 10309 lm N 10309 lm W 8928 lm A 6256 lm

9

NOMINAL POWER

TOTAL POWER

64 W DC

71 W AC

NOMINAL POWER

TOTAL POWER

64 W DC

71 W AC

NOMINAL POWER

TOTAL POWER

64 W DC

71 W AC

OPTIC CODE

OPTIC TYPE

00

Diffused

OPTIC CODE

OPTIC TYPE

00

Diffused

OPTIC CODE

OPTIC TYPE

00

Diffused

+

Drop AIR 2.0 Ø420

165

61

Ø40

9 LEDs - 71W AC FINISH

COLD WHITE

CODE

GLASS

RAL7016

80326

RAL7035

80327

RAL7016

80328

RAL7035

80329

NAT. WHITE

5000K

6,3 Kg

+

36 dm³ 0,33 m2

4000K

WARM WHITE 3000K

ANCIENT WHITE Nº LEDs 2200K

C 10309 lm N 10309 lm W 8928 lm A 6256 lm

9

+

Voyager 9 LED 2.0 Ø420

Ø169,5 191

61

Ø72,5

9 LEDs - 71W AC FINISH

COLD WHITE

CODE

GLASS

RAL7016

80330

RAL7035

80331

RAL7016

80332

RAL7035

80333

NAT. WHITE

5000K

6,3 Kg

+

36 dm³ 0,33 m2

4000K

WARM WHITE 3000K

ANCIENT WHITE Nº LEDs 2200K

C 10309 lm N 10309 lm W 8928 lm A 6256 lm

9

+

Photometric curves 71

72

Bike C 0 - C 180

C 90 - C 270

C 0 - C 180

90°

90° 90°

0

75° 60°

105°

75° 75° 60° 60°

200

75° 60°

200

45° 45°

45°

45°

15°

C 0 - C 180

15°

30°

30°

15°

C 90 - C 270

105°

75°

30°

30°

15°

C 0 - C 180

60° 60°

30°

30°

15°

105°

90° 75° 60°

600

45° 45°

C 0 - C 180

C 90 - C 270

300

45°

900

640

15°

Diffused

0

75° 75°

480

800

15°

105°

90° 90°

320

45° 45°

600

105°

160

00

Park 2.0

C 90 - C 270

0

60° 60°

400

45°

C 0 - C 180

75° 75°

200

60°

105°

90° 90°

0

400

400

30°

90°

0

105° 90°

79

Suburban 2.0

Urban 2.0

C 90 - C 270

105° 105°

105°

74

73

Street 2.0

105°

90°

30°

30°

15°

90°

0

75°

75°

100

60°

60°

200

45°

1200

15°

C 90 - C 270

105°

45°

300

15°

30°

30°

15°

15°

30°

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FULL SERVICE To all our clients we offer full support and assistance from design to after sales to ensure them the best possible service. Our support which is provided at the international level includes advice by highly qualified personnel (light designers, technicians, engineers, electronic programmers ...) within the lighting. If necessary we offer a full service that includes: • Study of the lighting project and customer requests (light designers and technical department ERAL) • Creating 3D rendering of the project (DIALux) or an animated simulation for systems with EYE-WiFi Technology • Quotation and assistance in compiling the order • Assistance and verification of commissioning of the lighting system Our long experience in LED lighting has led us over the years to accomplishing thousands of projects around the world, meeting our customers’ demands. We offer custom solutions and custom product creations. Thanks to ERAL EYE-WiFi solutions, thousands of kW have been spared all over the world.

We also provide support and assistance in the after sales service to provide the best possible service. ERAL offers a complete service to handle all your requests. Through technical support, the customer receives first assistance and all the necessary information. Contact us at the following e-mail address:

support.eyewifi@eralsolution.com


ERAL srl Via Europa, 14 31028 Vazzola (TV) Italy

Sales office Italy

+39 0438 444 816 greendustry@eralsolution.com

Foreign sales office

+39 345 2640676 greendustry@eralsolution.com

Administration office

TEL +39 0438 444 826 FAX +39 0438 444 850 Technical infos

+39 0438 444 839 tec@eralsolution.com


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