- Centralized Quantum Lighting Management System

Quantum is a whole- building or whole- campus lighting control system that centralizes control of all electric lighting and shades. Quantum software gives users the ability to control, monitor, manage, and report on lighting energy usage from single fixtures to entire facilities. It can be also integrated with third party BMS.
By Centralized Lighting Control System we can monitor and control lights of whole building using Quantum Admin Software, we can also generate energy saving reports in real time/ daily/ weekly/ monthly. We can also get the status of DALI fixture.

Benefits of Centralized Quantum Lighting Management System

  • Save electricity and protect the environment- Reduces greenhouse gases by eliminating unnecessary energy use.
  • Save money- Lowers operating costs and peak demand charges.
  • Create a more flexible space- Lighting and shading zones can be re-configured without rewiring.
  • Increase productivity and comfort- Makes occupants more productive and comfortable with preferred light levels and automated shade control.

Components of Centralized Quantum Lighting Management System

  • Occupancy Sensor (Wired/ Wireless).
  • Day Light Sensor (Wired/ Wireless).
  • Quantum Sensor Module (Wired/ Wireless)
  • .Keypads (Wired/ Wireless).
  • ESN Modules (Phase Adaptive/ 0-10V/ DALI/ Switching).
  • Processor.
  • Software

    Green Glance Software- Shows building occupants the environmental and energy savings that result from Quantum.
    Quantum View Software- Centrally operates, configures, monitors, sets time clocks, and creates reports for lighting in an entire building. Can be installed on a computer or tablet.
    Q-View Server- Computer that stores all relevant data for reporting and trending (light levels, sensor status, power consumption, and more).
    Hyperion Solar-adaptive Shading- A key feature in Quantum that maps the movement of the sun relative to the building for every day of the year. Hyperion creates a blind adjustment schedule to effectively manage daylight entering each façade to prevent heat and glare from entering a workspace and maximise effective day lighting, comfort and productivity.