|By Business Wire||
|May 30, 2014 11:17 AM EDT||
Sunrise Technologies announce the product release of their LED Streetlight Dimming Control (Dimulator™ 3). The control produces a 0-10 Vdc or a Pulse Width Modulation output to LED Streetlight Drivers through an ANSI C136.41 receptacle. The dimming signal is automatically sent at a preset time thereby eliminating any potential complications with field settings. The unit automatically adjusts for seasonal sunrise and sunset changes.
ANSI C136.41 Dimming Photocontrol (Photo: Business Wire)
The Local Dimming Control enables users the ability to start obtaining the benefits of dimming on whatever scale they choose. The experience gained through local dimming can be invaluable to future more comprehensive projects.
Vance Spillman, Vice President and GM of Sunrise Technologies says: “It is generally accepted that LED Streetlight Dimming will be part of our future. Our new LED Streetlight Dimming Control provides the mechanism to realize the benefits of dimming now and at the same time learn the best practices for individual lighting systems.”
The Dimulator 3 is the latest addition to Sunrise Technologies’ family of control products for LED Streetlighting applications. Sunrise’s other LED Streetlighting Control product applications include network (e.g. IPV6, etc.) compatible wireless monitoring/control/dimming/metering, PC controlled wireless parking lot monitoring/control/dimming, and highly accurate Long Life Dusk to Dawn control.
About Sunrise Technologies, Inc.
Sunrise Technologies is the world’s largest manufacturer of Roadway Lighting Controls. Through product development and acquisitions the high quality photocontrol product brands date back to the 1950s. Products groups also include products used in Municipal Wi-Fi and Wireless Communications Systems for Electric and Water utilities. Sunrise Technologies is a unit of Electro Switch Corp.
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