Lumewave by Echelon CMS Software Upgraded to Streamline Control System Installation and Administration for Newly Mandated Government Parking Garage Code Requirement
Enhanced Wireless Lighting Software Meets Rigorous California Title 24-2013 and ASHRAE 90.1-2010 Compliance Specifications
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SAN JOSE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Echelon Corporation (NASDAQ:ELON), a leading independent control networking company for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), announced today version 5.0 of its Lumewave by Echelon CMS (central management system) software that will further simplify installation, and improve the overall control and operation of general lighting systems, specifically in parking structures, as mandated by recent building energy codes: California Title 24-2013 and ASHRAE 90.1-2010. Parking garages alone account for about 15 percent of a building’s total lighting energy consumption, according to the National Renewable Energy Labs (NREL, 2012), that can now be improved using an intelligent networked lighting control system, such as Lumewave by Echelon smart lighting platform.
“As one of the more complex commercial buildings to light for occupant safety and security, parking garages require multiple lighting strategies that must be implemented, followed by constant control and management of the settings,” said Sohrab Modi, Vice President and CTO of Echelon Corp. “With the new feature sets available in Lumewave by Echelon CMS, contractors will realize reduced installation and set up of complex control sequences of operations, while administrators will enjoy easier interfaces for ongoing operation and maintenance.”
Lumewave by Echelon CMS — Centralized Control to Improve Management and Operation Flexibility
Lumewave by Echelon CMS software is designed to manage the end-to-end lighting control of light fixtures for roadways, cities and municipalities, office buildings, university and corporate campuses, parking areas, stadiums, etc. Echelon’s lighting control platform offers options to connect virtually any fixture, any place, wired or wireless, around the world. In total, Echelon has nearly two million lights under control worldwide.
Lumewave by Echelon — Enhance Safety and Security of Occupants, One Light at a Time
The Lumewave by Echelon wireless control system, administered via the CMS, combines adaptive daylight harvesting control with code-mandated occupancy-based control requirements. Administrators now have access to system-wide on-demand reports to view performance and operations; easy access to per node, per group, or the entire site view of current and predictive data; and new charts and graphics to better understand usage and comparisons of current and historical data.
About Echelon Corporation
Echelon Corporation (NASDAQ:ELON), a pioneer in developing open-standard control networking platforms, delivers elements necessary to design, install, monitor and control industrial-strength ‘communities of devices’ within the lighting, building automation, Internet of Things and related markets worldwide. Echelon sells its lighting products under the Lumewave by Echelon brand and its building automation and other IIoT-related products as part of its IzoT platform. With more than 100 million Echelon-powered devices installed worldwide, Echelon helps its customers easily and safely migrate existing control systems to the most modern platforms, while bringing new devices and applications into an ever-growing global Industrial Internet. Echelon helps its customers reduce operational costs, enhance satisfaction and safety, grow revenues and perform better in both established and emerging markets. More information about Echelon can be found at http://iiot.echelon.com, or www.echelon.com and at the company's blog at blog.echelon.com.
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