Standard Products - Hubs

The enModus Hub is the inexpensive central control unit in the enModus Smart Lighting Control (SLC) solution. The enModus Hub uses Wattwave™ bi-directional power line communication technology to send control commands to, and receive power use and status information from, the enModus Nodes to which the Hub is connected. All communications is via the existing mains lighting wiring in the building, so no new control wiring installation is required.


The enModus Hub provides bi-directional communication and control for up to 255 enModus Nodes, each of which can be connected to 1 or more conventional or low-energy luminaires. For very large installations multiple Hubs can be cascaded via the network ports.

Designed for standard DIN rail mounting in a distribution panel, the enModus Hub supports 1-phase operation – 3-phase systems can be controlled using 3 Hubs.

Key features

  • ‘No New Wires’ installation
  • Real-time power measurement and status reporting
  • Supports up to 255 enModus Nodes
  • ‘Soft’ control of up to 253 ‘Groups’ per Hub
  • Multiple Hubs can be cascaded
  • 1-phase and 3-phase versions
  • Ethernet and 3G/4G network interfaces with IPV4 and IPV6 support

Key benefits

  • Simple installation into existing wiring minimises costs
  • Accurate energy use and status data for owners
  • Only a single Hub needed for small/medium installations
  • Flexibility for future change of building use
  • Scaleable from small offices to entire buildings
  • Supports large scale commercial installations
  • Local and remote multi-platform client access via desktop or mobile devices

Up to 255 enModus Nodes per Hub

A single enModus Hub can interface with up to 255 enModus Nodes, providing on/off and dimming control to each and receiving energy consumption and status information per Node in real-time. Low Installation Costs using Existing Wiring.

The enModus Hub wires directly into the same electrical circuit as the building lighting. Two versions exists for single-phase and 3-phase systems. The enModus Smart Lighting Control (SLC) solution employs power line communications to make use of the existing lighting wiring infrastructure already available in the building – no additional control wiring is needed.

Real-Time Energy & Status Monitoring

The enModus Hub receives real-time data from each enModus Node on the energy use of the driver/luminaire(s) to which the Node is connected. Driver/luminaire status information such as dimming level, LED VF and temperature (where available) is also reported. Any sensors attached to the Node, such as occupancy/vacancy sensors and ambient light level photocells, can also be monitored and their status reported back to the Hub and from there to the enModus Control Platform (ECP).

Flexible Control & Grouping Options

The enModus Smart Lighting Control (SLC) solution supports a flexible ‘Group’ configuration scheme so that any Nodes (irrespective of driver or luminaire type) can be clustered by room, zone, department, floor or building. Up to 253 Groups can be specified per Hub. Activation of a given local/remote control or sensor can be assigned to activate any one or more Groups. Groups are managed through the enModus Control Platform (ECP) and can be reconfigured after installation. In addition, ‘Scenes’ can be programmed with specific lighting and dimming combinations within a Group and these enabled either through activation by a control or on a time-of-day basis.

Latest News

Smarter and faster – why manufacturers must embrace the Internet of Things

Nick Ismael London, 13 November 2017 – The manufacturing sector is seeing significant benefit from IoT – better machine performance, saving millions on energy and improving staff efficiency From Henry Ford’s automotive assembly line to the production of the iPhone, embracing and driving innovation has been at the forefront of manufacturing. That is because the sector […]

Read more

Latest Press Release

Virgin Media get smart about energy consumption

enModus, the smart building solutions company, has successfully implemented a project with Virgin Media to radically reduce energy consumption at one of the telecom giant’s major UK technical facilities.  The undisclosed site supports more than 250,000 homes. The project has seen a proportion of the existing fluorescent lighting switched to the enModus Smart Connected Lighting […]

Read more