CP wireless technology controls lighting in London office

CP Electronics, wireless lighting control
Wireless detectors for presence, absence and daylight ensure energy-efficient lighting in the offices of RPS Group in London.

Wireless technology is used to control lighting in the London offices of international consultancy RPS Group using CP Electronics’ new AN-10 system. Installed by Electrical Power Specialists of Reading, AN-10 overcomes concerns about wireless devices by using a ‘hybrid mesh’ network topology and a communication protocol specifically designed for the needs of lighting control.

At RPS, the system controls a variety of detectors in corridors, reception, offices and meeting rooms. There are absence and presence detectors and also detectors near windows to monitor the amount of natural daylight and turn off lights if appropriate. Lighting systems with detectors can achieve energy savings of up to 70%.

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