Lighting networks status monitoring:
Telemetry and reporting:
Unilight with the Unilight V3.0 controller installed allows you to remotely control outdoor lighting in manual, automatic or remote modes. The main purpose of control cabinet is the organization of a programmable power point for lighting devices, as well as for quick installation and deployment of the Unilight control system at the facility.
Automatic, manual or remote control of street lighting networks with any light sources;
Control of luminaires by groups according to the schedule;
Collection and transfer of electricity consumption parameters to the Unilight platform;
Control of network parameters (voltage, current, power, etc.);
Connection channels to the GSM server / Optical fiber / Twisted pair / WiFi.
Transmission of data on the state of control cabinet elements
6 outputs to control lighting lines
27 inputs for monitoring voltage, line status, door sensor and fire alarm
Two RS-485 interfaces for interaction with external devices
Built-in GSM modem, 3G support, two SIM cards
Remote software update
The device supports the Dim-to-Off function and is designed to control the luminous flux of luminaires using a wireless network and cloud infrastructure via following channels: GSM (3G), LoRa, NB-IoT and XNB.
A digital twin is a virtual or digital representation of a real or potential object on a map (GIS). It is created for cities, buildings, structures, industries and agricultural enterprises, and so on.
A digital inventory is being carried out to prioritize the allocation of funds for the maintenance of existing outdoor lighting lines, construction and overhaul of lines, identifying unlit streets, driveways and courtyards, attracting extra-budgetary sources of funding for outdoor lighting, as well as in order to reduce the number of residents' complaints about the state of outdoor lighting.
Simple, friendly interface
Displaying elements on the city map
Formation of reporting documents
Cloud access or onsite installation
Protection against unauthorized access