Glamox and light management
Installing a well-designed light management system will count as successful completion of the light installation, often with the objective of reducing electricity and maintenance cost. In addition to significant cost savings, a light management system from Glamox can fulfill many important objectives, such as; contribute to a productive and healthy working environment, or supplying a high-quality system that is easy to install and use.
A well-designed light management system will provide lower life cycle costs. Not only by reducing energy consumption, but also by expanding the lifetime of the installation and finally by reducing the maintenance cost.
Light management made easy
Glamox offers light management systems on three levels according to complexity. This makes it easy to find and adapt a system to your specific needs. We can also offer standardized solutions for each of our main segments. Our systems are:
Easy to plan
On your local Glamox website you will find
a LMS solution guide. Here you can find LMS
solutions for different applications in your segment
along with suggestions for floorplans and lists of the
components you need with their article numbers. LMS
is also an integrated part of our light calculation
tool. This ensures detailed and accurate LMS
documentation that is updated when
changes are made in the plans for the
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Easy to commission
We want you to feel confident when you select a LMS
system from us. By using Glamox commissioning services,
you are granted that we take full system responsibility
for the total lighting solution. The commissioning is
done by highly competent system integrators
that are trained in the Glamox systems.
Easy to install
By using established standards and technologies that
are well known to the installers, we pave the way for a
Easy to use
When designing our light management systems,
we have put high emphasis on creating intuitive user
interfaces. Most of the time the end user will
experience our light management system as
“Invisible technology” that easily adapts to
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Easy access to data
Glamox is committed to a system architecture that gives easy access to valuable data. This way the data can easily be transmitted to a building management system (BMS). Wireless or cable - the transmission can be made regardless of the type of communication.
We use open standard protocols. This way it is possible to connect a complete light installation to one central monitoring system. One big advantage of a central monitoring system is that it offers value adding services like energy monitoring, emergency light monitoring and finally maintenance monitoring.
Monitoring the emergency light installation
Say goodbye to time-consuming emergency light inspections. By using DALI addressable emergency lights, it is possible to set up test cycles and generate reports that fulfill European and national standards. Since we are using an open standard protocol, it is easy to translate this information to a building management system.
Easy mapping of energy consumption
Our central monitoring system provides an easy user interface for monitoring the energy consumption in a building. The system shows the energy consumption in different areas of the property, it is easy to see how well the system is performing and adjust accordingly.
Easy maintenance planning
When can one expect to change that battery? What are the operating hours on the luminaires in the main corridor? A Glamox Central Monitoring System can answer such questions and become a great tool for handling maintenance in a quick, easy and cost-efficient way.
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Where are the hospital beds and important medical equipment? Where are the wheelchairs in an airport? Instead of running around and looking for important assets, you can easily use a customised app to see where the actual assets are located. This will save time and money.
Heatmapping is based on sensors that register and collect data about movement in a building. The data is analysed and used to make a graphic map that visualises the use of the building. Heat mapping can be used to answer questions like: Which part of the building is used during the normal day? How many offices are actually in use? Which area of the retail store is the most popular? By heat mapping your building, you get all the information you need to plan and optimise the space and maintenance of the building.