Intelligent Grid is CE certified. Applications for local certifications (for example, DEWA in Dubai), are considered on a project by project basis.
Energy can be saved in three ways:
1. Patented use of low voltage three-phase power
2. Take off boxes house electronics (drivers) that reduce power consumption for LED lighting
3. Sensors and software enable daylight harvesting and granular control of connected devices to drive incremental efficiencies
To discuss how Intelligent Grid can help you to reduce energy consumption and carbon footprint, please contact us.
We offer a range of lighting designed to deliver energy savings (70 per cent compared to florescent and 40 per cent compared to LED lighting). Fixtures outside our range would require review from IGS’ R&D team to confirm compatibility.
The level of investment in Intelligent Grid depends on your practical requirements along with operational, experiential and environmental objectives. Please contact the sales team to discuss how Intelligent Grid can add value to your operation.
Face-to-face presentations using a demonstration kit are possible depending on your location — please contact the sales team for more details. Where this isn’t feasible, our presentations, videos and calculators can help to illustrate the potential impact Intelligent Grid could have on your operation or business.
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IGS has a range of tested and compatible environmental sensors available to connect to the Intelligent Grid platform. These include:
Environmental e.g. CO2, temperature, acoustics, humidity, light
Analytical and tracking e.g. customer behaviour, occupancy, anonymous tracking
Automation e.g. control and automation of HVAC, fire, security systems; controlling blinds in greenhouses; summoning lifts in car parks.
IGS’ R&D team can review alternative sensors to determine compatibility and any required modifications. Please contact the Intelligent Grid team to discuss your requirements.
Intelligent Grid connects other hardware or systems using standard APIs. For example, a sensor fixed to Intelligent Grid can control HVAC systems or summon a lift in a car park.
Yes, our R&D team can assess AI sensors to determine Intelligent Grid compatibility and make recommendations.
Our R&D team can assess machine learning sensors to determine Intelligent Grid compatibility and make recommendations.
Intelligent Grid has a range of luminaires that can be individually controlled for a range of applications. The R&D team can assess alternative luminaires specified by the customer to determinecompatibility and any required modifications.
Yes, it is possible if the ‘off-grid’ lighting has acompatible communications protocol to Intelligent Grid.
Yes. The range of lighting compatible with Intelligent Grid and our cloud software enables smooth flicker-free dimming to zero.
Yes. Certain models in our range of lighting are multi-spectrum and variable wavelength. This is controlled using the IGS cloud application software.
Intelligent Grid uses a wireless mesh network. Alternatively, protocols can be integrated following an assessment by our R&D team to test technical and commercial viability.
Busbars are supplied in 2.5 m and 5 m (maximum) lengths as standard. Non-standard sizes less than 5 m are available on request.
Busbars insert into the hubs and connectors at 45° angled increments, enabling a variety of configurations from rectangular or square-shaped spaces to those with irregular dimensions.
Intelligent Grid can potentially provide lighting, sensors, devices and communications for any size of space, but is designed to be used at scale. Intelligent Grid’s standard 5kW transformer enables the construction of a scalable and modular platform at a size to meet the requirements for most environments.
Additional Intelligent Grid networks can be built alongside one another and independently powered. 1kW, 5kWand 15kW transformers are also available. Please contact our sales team to discuss the dimensions and requirements for your Intelligent Grid installation.
This depends on the number of lights and devices you want to install and their power consumption. Intelligent Grid’s standard 5kW transformer facilitates the creation of a sizeable platform that can be expanded or scaled back as required. Additional Intelligent Grid networks can be built alongside each other and independently powered. 1kW, 5kW and 15kW transformers are available.
Busbars, hubs and connectors are waterproof and safe to touch due to low voltage output. Take off boxes are available with an IP66 rating. Alternative ingress protection ratings can be assessed depending on the scope of the project.
Intelligent Grid’s product range includes emergency lighting. The R&D team can review alternative products to determine compatibility and any required modifications.
Yes. Whilst it is designed as a simple bare busbar solution, colour options can be discussed and considered for specific applications.
Intelligent Grid is typically fixed using catenary wire and fixtures and M10 threaded rods. Other fixture methods can be considered as part of an application design review.
Yes. Customers are able to configure lighting level rules through the Intelligent Grid cloud software which communicate with sensors. These measure lighting levels in real-time and automatically control light output throughout the system.