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Node

Nodes support DALI and 0-10V LED drivers and both analog and digital sensors. They receive commands over the mains lighting circuit from the Hub and return real-time energy use, luminaire and sensor status back via the Hub to the EnModus Control Platform. Read more

Node

Nodes support DALI and 0-10V LED drivers and both analog and digital sensors. They receive commands over the mains lighting circuit from the Hub and return real-time energy use, luminaire and sensor status back via the Hub to the EnModus Control Platform. Read more

Node

Nodes support DALI and 0-10V LED drivers and both analog and digital sensors. They receive commands over the mains lighting circuit from the Hub and return real-time energy use, luminaire and sensor status back via the Hub to the EnModus Control Platform. Read more

Node

Nodes support DALI and 0-10V LED drivers and both analog and digital sensors. They receive commands over the mains lighting circuit from the Hub and return real-time energy use, luminaire and sensor status back via the Hub to the EnModus Control Platform. Read more

LUX

Nodes support analog and digital Lux (light level) sensors and include embedded control firmware for sophisticated lighting control applications and maximum energy savings. Read more

Switch

Nodes can support conventional mechanical switches, ideally modern low-voltage or volt-free units, in addition to sensors to provide local switching and scene selection options to end-users. Read more

PIR

Nodes support motion/occupancy sensors (typically PIR) and include embedded control firmware for sophisticated lighting control applications and maximum energy savings. Read more

1-Phase

Hubs support single-phase operation only but multiple Hubs can be used for 3-phase systems, one per phase. Read more

Hub

Hubs are the central control units, which communicate using Wattwave powerline technology with up to 255 enModus Nodes and via ethernet to the enModus Control Platform (ECP). Read more

Internet

Hubs are the control & data routing units, which communicate using Wattwave powerline technology with up to 255 enModus Nodes and via ethernet to the enModus Control Platform (ECP). Read more

Switch

Nodes can support conventional mechanical switches, ideally modern low-voltage or volt-free units, in addition to sensors to provide local switching and scene selection options to end-users. Read more

Energy Monitor

Nodes directly measure energy use on their switched output up to 3.6kW, providing real-time energy monitoring of individual luminaires and their drivers. For high-power industrial applications the Nodes can interface to 3rd-part energy meters and report consumption via Wattwave to theECP servers. Read more

Luminaire

Nodes are driver-independent and are designed to interface to a wide variety of commercially available units, so LED, halogen, fluorescent and other luminaires can all be controlled by a Lumitor™ system. Read more

Luminaire

Nodes are driver-independent and are designed to interface to a wide variety of commercially available units, so LED, halogen, fluorescent and other luminaires can all be controlled by a Lumitor™ system. Read more

Luminaire

Nodes are driver-independent and are designed to interface to a wide variety of commercially available units, so LED, halogen, fluorescent and other luminaires can all be controlled by a Lumitor™ system. Read more

Luminaire

Nodes are driver-independent and are designed to interface to a wide variety of commercially available units, so LED, halogen, fluorescent and other luminaires can all be controlled by a Lumitor™ system. Read more