Upgrade an existing light point by plugging an Interact control node into the streetlight’s standard top socket. When activated, the light point automatically joins the Interact connected lighting network. Once you are connected, you can monitor status and energy consumption while remotely managing each light point. The data you receive also eliminates much of the onsite investigation that work crews typically have to perform prior to repairs, reducing response times from days to hours.
In line with the Zhaga-D4i standard, several of Signify’s Philips control nodes are certified to D4i Type A for multi-master control capability to work with Type B certified sensors. Signify is fully compliant with the Zhaga-D4i interoperability standard which stipulates how a Type A node and a Type B sensor can work together.
Similarly, the Philips Outdoor Multisensor LRI8135 is certified to Zhaga-D4i Type B and SR, ensuring it is compatible with luminaires fitted with either SR or D4i certified LED Drivers.
You can quickly and easily install sensors in new or existing light points with a Zhaga-D4i certified luminaire. The system is completely flexible to your needs and scalable to suit your budgets.