Intelligent Android from Lux emergency lighting

Advanced, Android, Lux

Fire systems specialist, Advanced has added an Android app to its Lux Intelligent emergency lighting testing system. This is in addition to the existing iOS and desktop versions.

“We’ve developed the app specifically for areas of the public sector who said they require Android,” says Advanced’s marketing manager Aston Bowles. “However, it was part of our plans anyway to grow the ecosystem of apps and services we offer in the cloud,” he adds.

Cloud monitoring via mobile and web apps makes emergency light testing via Lux Intelligent extremely easy and more cost effective, while demonstrating compliance. All test data is stored safely and securely in the Lux Intelligent cloud for as long as it is needed, with all test reports accessible at any time and automatically shared with relevant contractors or maintenance partners.

Lux Intelligent is an addressable, automatic test system that shows all emergency lighting is compliant and functioning, with no engineer intervention required. It can be used with both new build projects or retrofitted onto existing wiring and luminaires, keeping installation costs to a minimum. It offers a host of unique technical features and proves compliance with BS 5266-1 and BS EN 50172.

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