Solutions

Case study.

At Light Fair International 2019, we demonstrated 3 examples of Bluetooth wireless control in commercial spaces.

Conference Room.

Case study #1
BubblyNet Wiring

Light

Sensor

24V

A/C Power

Legacy Wiring

24V

Control

A/C Power

Light Fixture

Daylight Sensor

Occupancy Sensor

Estimates for the installation of the lighting in a conference room where requested in the two versions: legacy installation and wireless BubblyNet. The savings in time and materiel with the BubblyNet installation where between 20% and 40%.

Hotel Room.

Case study #2

The second example of Bluetooth wireless control in a commercial space presented at Light Fair International 2019 was an hotel room with the following key features:


  • Warm Dim downlight fixtures with LED Single Channel Drivers;
  • Motorized shades with 0-10V Bridge to control them via Bluetooth;
  • Legacy Table Lamp wirelessly controlled via Bluetooth Line Voltage switch;
  • Wall mounted dimmer, Bluetooth, wire-less, battery-less;
  • Wall mounted Key card reader to control all power in the hotel room.

The Main scene in the room was determined to deliver a “5 Stars Luxury” experience. As the key was inserted into the Keycard reader, the warm dim fixtures would softly brighten up while changing color from a warm soft candle like color to an invigorating bright sunny day while the curtains would open letting the daylight and view expand the guest experience.


All the system can be installed fully wirelessly; a very attractive option while remodeling hotel rooms.

Restaurant.

Case study #3

The third example of Bluetooth wireless control in a commercial space presented at Light Fair International 2019 was a Restaurant with the following key features:


  • Warm Dim downlight fixtures with LED Single Channel Drivers;
  • Legacy Pendant Lamp wirelessly controlled via Forward Phase Line Voltage Dimmer;
  • Wall mounted dimmer, Bluetooth, wire-less, battery-less;
  • Wall mounted vandal-resistant touch screen.

The use of the wall mounted iPad is intended to control all aspects of lighting and to determine scenes to be either recalled at the touch of a finger or to be synched to the calendar/clock for a full automatic control of the different environments of the restaurant. The iPad can also be used for Audio control and for the many other functions this user interface is well known for.