Helvar launches DALI EnOcean Gateway

BMS, BEMS, Helvar, DALI EnOcean, lighting control

Helvar’s launch of the 434 EnOcean Gateway enables EnOcean controls and sensors to be integrated into a Helvar DALI lighting network. This gateway can be mounted on a wall or ceiling and is connected to a DALI network via a standard 2-wire cable. Up to 20 EnOcean switches can be integrated into one 434 Gateway, opening up the potential for integration with other BMS technologies such as automated blinds and HVAC.

Helvar recently joined the EnOcean Alliance. Product manager Andrew Glossop says, ‘The launch of the 434 is a key step in our mission to develop energy-harvesting wireless control systems that are simple to install, easy to use and guarantee energy savings for all types of organisation. We look forward to a long and fruitful partnership with EnOcean.

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