The central unit of the system is called the Smart Controller, which measures and controls electrical components. The Smart Controller is designed to be hidden behind existing sockets, switches, etc. All power sources and switches are connected and controlled by a Smart Controller, which, in turn, communicates wirelessly with other Smart Controllers. It can measure and control loads up to 16
The Raybased Smart Reader enables wireless monitoring
and control of all key electrical systems and components in
a building. The Smart Reader is an alternative to the Smart
Controller when energy measurement and control of loads
is not needed. Because of its very small size, it easily mounts
behind wall switches, power sockets, in junction boxes or inside light fixtures. Being wireless makes it much easier and
quicker to install than any other controllers. These smart devices are wirelessly programmed and configured before or
after installation. They can be locally or remotely updated
with new functionality at any time, as needs change or when
installation must to be expanded. This makes them infinitely
flexible and perfect for retrofitting in existing buildings without any rewiring.
The DALI Converter is an interface between the Smart Controller and a DALI circuit. Together, a DALI Converter connected to a Smart Controller form a DALI Master.
Modbus Converter is an interface between a Smart Controller and a Modbus RTU bus. A Modbus Converter connected to a Smart Controller becomes a Modbus master or Modbus slave, depending on what software is applied.
The multisensor is the system’s wireless room sensor. The sensor can read temperature, humidity, motion, and brightness, and communicates wirelessly with Smart Controllers. The multisensor is powered by a long-life battery and thus easy to mount. It can also be connected to fixed voltage, without the need for batteries.
A Gateway is an internal switching point in the system, used to link communication between the Smart Controllers, the Multisensors, and the Local Server. It converts radio communication to TCP/IP.
The local server is the system’s gathering point for information and the connection point to the Internet. It can also serve as the integration point to existing DUC or PLC in the building.