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ADAPTIVE LIGHTING CONTROLS
PANEL:
Susan Zamos, FP Controls, Sun-Tech
Rod Stummer, Owlet, Schreder Group
TOPICS
•Communication standards
•Commissioning
•Control System Features
•Reporting/User Interface
Open
Communication
Standards
The 7 OSI Layers
The Open Systems Interconnection
(OSI) Model was developed by
International Organization for
Standardizat...
Other
Applications
Other
Media
Technologies ZigBee® Technology
LonWorks™ Technology
EIA & De facto Standard
US DOT NTCIP 1...
Why ZigBee?
• Open Global Standard
• Supports Mesh Networks
• Low Duty Cycle
• Low Latency/Power
• Low Cost
• Up to 65,000...
Why ZigBee?
• Industrial Grade Wireless
• 16 Communication Channels
• Each with Max. Bandwidth
• Auto or Manual Selection
...
Zigbee Applications
• Demand Response
• Advanced Metering Infrastructure
• Automatic Meter Reading
• Lighting controls
• H...
ZigBee
vs
OtherWireless ZigBee 802.11
(Wi-Fi)
Bluetooth UWB (Ultra Wide Band) Wireless USB IR Wireless
Data Rate 20, 40, a...
Where Does ZigBee Fit?
ZigBee – A Growing Standard!
“Low power wireless sensing and control markets, enabled by ZigBee, are experiencing
exponent...
Commissioning a System
• Commissioning Plan
– RF Mapping Plan for Network Planning
• Important to plan the optimum number ...
Typical Radio Mapping
• Asset list and information
• Commissioning Training – Before starting
installations!
• Dimming profiles for each type fi...
The endpoints (nodes)
of a mesh network must
be installed starting
close to the coordinator
in order to maintain the
mesh.
The endpoints of a
star network can be
installed randomly
throughout the
coverage area.
Adaptive Lighting Controls Panel
CONTACT INFORMATION:
Susan Zamos
Sales Director
Sunrise Technologies - FP Outdoor Lightin...
Control System Features
• Monitoring / Maintenance
• Reduce Night Inspections
• Diagnose Faults
• Reduce Repair Times
• Tr...
Monitoring
• Diagnose
• Lamp Failures and Cycling
• Driver/Ballast Failures
• Power Failures
• Energy Usage Changes
• Lamp...
Trimming
(Constant Lumen Output)
• Reduces Wattage in Early Life
Stages and Maintains Optimum
Lumen Output
• As the Light ...
Dimming
• 0-10 VDC
• Simple and Reliable
• Requires Dimming Driver/Ballast
• Most common in U.S.
• DALI
• Developed for In...
Metering
• Dimming streetlights can save up to
30% in energy
• Utilities need a reliable metering method
to credit cities ...
Metering
• Utilities are requiring a minimum ± 2% accuracy
• On-board power meter chipset
• Not an algorithmic estimation
...
User Interfaces
Field Level
RF Communication Interface (IEEE 802.15.4, ZigBee Protocol)
Enables the luminaire controller t...
Build the wireless
communication and
management system
Supports:
• Continuous live data between
gateway router and luminai...
Web Interface
• Standard user/role permission configuration
• Permissions set for user/groups
• Monitoring
• Reporting
• C...
Used during commissioning to locate luminaire controllers and
gateway routers on mapping software
Mapping Interface
Used to visually monitor operation of field level luminaire
controllers and gateway routers
Mapping Interface
• Malfunctions (Error Reporting)
Broken lamp/ballast, energy-limits, power factor, lost nodes,
communication loss
Reportin...
Example of Error Reporting Screen
• Malfunctions (Error Reporting)
Broken lamp/ballast, energy-limits, power factor, lost nodes,
communication loss
• Monito...
Example of Monitoring Screen
• Reporting (Energy and Detail Report)
• Energy Consumption on City, District, Area and Streetlight Level
• Table and Char...
Example of Screen Reports
Energy Report
Error Report
Example of Admin Screen
Example of Admin Screen
Example of Configuration Screen
SmartPhone, iPAD, Remote Interface
Controls Panel
CONTACT INFORMATION:
Rod Stummer
Director of Business Development
Schreder Lighting – OWLET Controls
2105 W...
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  1. 1. ADAPTIVE LIGHTING CONTROLS PANEL: Susan Zamos, FP Controls, Sun-Tech Rod Stummer, Owlet, Schreder Group
  2. 2. TOPICS •Communication standards •Commissioning •Control System Features •Reporting/User Interface
  3. 3. Open Communication Standards
  4. 4. The 7 OSI Layers The Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) Model was developed by International Organization for Standardization (ISO) in the 1980s as an attempt to make communication between any two systems possible. Before this, every equipment manufacturer implemented its own set of rules (protocols). Therefore, two computers made by different companies could not "understand" each other. 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
  5. 5. Other Applications Other Media Technologies ZigBee® Technology LonWorks™ Technology EIA & De facto Standard US DOT NTCIP 1213 Electrical Lighting & Management Systems Standard To Assure Interoperability, - All 7 OSI Layers Must Be Supported 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
  6. 6. Why ZigBee? • Open Global Standard • Supports Mesh Networks • Low Duty Cycle • Low Latency/Power • Low Cost • Up to 65,000 Nodes Per Network • 128-bit AES Encryption • Interoperability Between Products • Robust and Reliable • Self-healing, Re-routing Network
  7. 7. Why ZigBee? • Industrial Grade Wireless • 16 Communication Channels • Each with Max. Bandwidth • Auto or Manual Selection • Dynamic Frequency Hopping • Noise Detection • 250 kbit/second • 50X Faster than Powerline • Open Intl. Standard IEEE 802.15.4
  8. 8. Zigbee Applications • Demand Response • Advanced Metering Infrastructure • Automatic Meter Reading • Lighting controls • HVAC control • Heating control • Wireless smoke and CO detectors • Home security • Blind, drapery and shade controls • Medical sensing and monitoring • Remote control of home entertainment systems • Indoor location sensing • Advertising on mobile devices
  9. 9. ZigBee vs OtherWireless ZigBee 802.11 (Wi-Fi) Bluetooth UWB (Ultra Wide Band) Wireless USB IR Wireless Data Rate 20, 40, and 250 Kbits/s 11 & 54 Mbits/sec 1 Mbits/s 100-500 Mbits/s 62.5 Kbits/s 20-40 Kbits/s 115 Kbits/s 4 & 16 Mbits/s Range 10-100 meters 50-100 meters 10 meters <10 meters 10 meters <10 meters (line of sight) Networking Topology Ad-hoc, peer to peer, star, or mesh Point to hub Ad-hoc, very small networks Point to point Point to point Point to point Operating Frequency 868 MHz (Europe) 900-928 MHz (NA), 2.4 GHz (worldwide) 2.4 and 5 GHz 2.4 GHz 3.1-10.6 GHz 2.4 GHz 800-900 nm Complexity (Device and application impact) Low High High Medium Low Low Power Consumption (Battery option and life) Very low (low power is a design goal) High Medium Low Low Low Security 128 AES plus application layer security 64 and 128 bit encyption Other Information Devices can join an existing network in under 30ms Device connection requires 3-5 seconds Device connection requires up to 10 seconds Typical Applications Industrial control and monitoring, sensor networks, building automation, home control and automation, toys, games Wireless LAN connectivity, broadband Internet access Wireless connectivity between devices such as phones, PDA, laptops, headsets Streaming video, home entertainment applications PC peripheral connections Remote controls, PC, PDA, phone, laptop links
  10. 10. Where Does ZigBee Fit?
  11. 11. ZigBee – A Growing Standard! “Low power wireless sensing and control markets, enabled by ZigBee, are experiencing exponential growth. Today, ZigBee chipset suppliers are shipping tens of millions of units and the market is poised to grow to hundreds of millions of units within the next few years. Our research with more than 600 companies has found that the ZigBee market has "crossed the chasm" and is now a mainstream technology. Despite a challenging economy, 802.15.4/ZigBee unit sales have increased an average of 62% per year since 2007. Moreover, chipsets using ZigBee specifications made up 75% of the 802.15.4 shipped units in 2009.” ON WORLD Research Group (Published May ‘10)
  12. 12. Commissioning a System • Commissioning Plan – RF Mapping Plan for Network Planning • Important to plan the optimum number and positions for the Base Stations (Gateways) to achieve proper radio coverage. Radio planning tools should be used that make use of geographic terrain and clutter data and radio propagation models. • The radio model / map is then used in conjunction with a site survey with local authorities and contractor staff to confirm Base Station sites and document installation details.
  13. 13. Typical Radio Mapping
  14. 14. • Asset list and information • Commissioning Training – Before starting installations! • Dimming profiles for each type fixture (response to 0-10 v dimming signal is not typically linear) • Operational Training – make sure user’s expectations are realistic • The better the planning, the better the system. Commissioning
  15. 15. The endpoints (nodes) of a mesh network must be installed starting close to the coordinator in order to maintain the mesh.
  16. 16. The endpoints of a star network can be installed randomly throughout the coverage area.
  17. 17. Adaptive Lighting Controls Panel CONTACT INFORMATION: Susan Zamos Sales Director Sunrise Technologies - FP Outdoor Lighting Controls 54 Commercial St., Raynham, MA 02767 508-821-1597 susan_zamos@hotmail.com
  18. 18. Control System Features • Monitoring / Maintenance • Reduce Night Inspections • Diagnose Faults • Reduce Repair Times • Trimming (Constant Lumen Output) • Eliminates Over-Lighting • Selective Dynamic Dimming • Save Energy in Off-Peak Periods • Metering • Insures Energy Savings From Utilities
  19. 19. Monitoring • Diagnose • Lamp Failures and Cycling • Driver/Ballast Failures • Power Failures • Energy Usage Changes • Lamp Life and Driver Warranty History
  20. 20. Trimming (Constant Lumen Output) • Reduces Wattage in Early Life Stages and Maintains Optimum Lumen Output • As the Light Engine / Lamp Ages, Wattage is Gradually Increased to Maintain Optimum Lumen Output
  21. 21. Dimming • 0-10 VDC • Simple and Reliable • Requires Dimming Driver/Ballast • Most common in U.S. • DALI • Developed for Indoor • Offers 2-Way Communication • Widely Used in Europe (HID)
  22. 22. Metering • Dimming streetlights can save up to 30% in energy • Utilities need a reliable metering method to credit cities for this energy savings
  23. 23. Metering • Utilities are requiring a minimum ± 2% accuracy • On-board power meter chipset • Not an algorithmic estimation • Must measure accurately in a • Steady-state • Dim modes • Leading the Standards • CPUC (Calif. Public Utility Comm.) • PG&E Utility • San Jose, San Francisco • MSSL (Controls Task Force Spec.) • NEMA, NIST-SGIP, ANSI
  24. 24. User Interfaces Field Level RF Communication Interface (IEEE 802.15.4, ZigBee Protocol) Enables the luminaire controller to control the LED driver Gateway Level Communication interface to the management server Manages and stores information from the field controllers Server Level Scalable database (Microsoft, Oracle, SAP) Webserver application Provides a graphical user interface (GUI) reachable with a standard web browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, etc.)
  25. 25. Build the wireless communication and management system Supports: • Continuous live data between gateway router and luminaire controllers • Data is stored at the gateway router level and uploaded to the server database on demand or on a pre-defined schedule • Field initiated communication requests is established between the gateway controller and server through configuring IT services (SNMP) to send alarm notifications (text message, email, etc.) User Interfaces
  26. 26. Web Interface • Standard user/role permission configuration • Permissions set for user/groups • Monitoring • Reporting • Configuration • Administration • Special rights for manual commands and expert views Graphical User Interface
  27. 27. Used during commissioning to locate luminaire controllers and gateway routers on mapping software Mapping Interface
  28. 28. Used to visually monitor operation of field level luminaire controllers and gateway routers Mapping Interface
  29. 29. • Malfunctions (Error Reporting) Broken lamp/ballast, energy-limits, power factor, lost nodes, communication loss Reporting System
  30. 30. Example of Error Reporting Screen
  31. 31. • Malfunctions (Error Reporting) Broken lamp/ballast, energy-limits, power factor, lost nodes, communication loss • Monitoring (Live View) Individuals/Groups, Dim-Levels, Control-Signals, Run Hours, Switch On/Off Times, Errors, Energy Consumption, Electrical Power Usage, Voltage, Current, Power Factor, Controller Failure, Device Uptime, Temperature, Communication Quality, Timestamp, Calculated Sun Elevation, Device Information Reporting System
  32. 32. Example of Monitoring Screen
  33. 33. • Reporting (Energy and Detail Report) • Energy Consumption on City, District, Area and Streetlight Level • Table and Chart Views • Streetlight Level: Energy Consumption, Run Hours, Burning Hours Dimming Profile, On/Off Times, Error List • Reports Viewable On-Line and Exportable to CSV and PDF Reporting System
  34. 34. Example of Screen Reports Energy Report Error Report
  35. 35. Example of Admin Screen
  36. 36. Example of Admin Screen
  37. 37. Example of Configuration Screen
  38. 38. SmartPhone, iPAD, Remote Interface
  39. 39. Controls Panel CONTACT INFORMATION: Rod Stummer Director of Business Development Schreder Lighting – OWLET Controls 2105 W. Corporate Drive, Addison, IL 60101 Office: 847-621-5100 Cell: 847-345-2414 r.stummer@schreder.com
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