Street & Highway Lighting
Street light management needs to be an integral part of a Smart City strategy, as they are typically one of the largest consumers of energy and represent on average one-third to one-half of a city or town’s energy costs. In recent years, many cities, towns and municipalities have migrated to LED or Solar-based LED lights, and have enjoyed significant energy savings; however, there is much more savings to be achieved through the implementation of intelligent wireless controllers.
Parking Lot & Parking Garage Lighting
Parking Garages are unique in that they require 24/7 lighting to maintain visitor safety, even during late night hours when there is little or no traffic. This represents a significant cost to operators. Using CIMCON’s wireless controllers with advanced Dimming capabilities and Motion Sensors, parking garage operators have the opportunity to dim lights during late night hours to reduce energy costs; however, with the inclusion of Motion Sensors, they have the ability to immediately turn lights back to 100% when a car or individual is in the area, thus ensuring employee and public safety.
Lighting on college and business campuses, and in parks is critical to public safety; however, it represents a significant cost for organizations to operate and maintain. CIMCON’s wireless lighting controllers together with its web-based LightingGale™ management software allows organizations to easily control lighting campus-wide.
In large industrial, manufacturing and warehouse operations, employee safety is paramount; however, there are often times or locations in a facility that do not require 100% lighting. CIMCON’s intelligent wireless controllers with advanced Dimming capabilities allow facilities managers to easily group, schedule and dim or turn lights On/Off based on the lighting needs in an area.
California's Building Energy Efficiency Standards (Title 24, Part 6) require that outdoor lighting sources reduce their energy consumption in order to lower costs, lessen the negative impact on the environment and help protect the stability of the state’s electrical infrastructure.