Harvard Technology to deliver ground-breaking controls system at EMEX 2017

Harvard Technology, a pioneer in the design, development and manufacture of smart lighting solutions, will be showcasing its ground-breaking wireless lighting controls system EyeNut on stand E5 at The Energy Managers Exhibition (EMEX) at the ExCeL Centre in London on November 22-23.

Building on an award-winning system, which has already delivered substantial monetary and energy savings for many leading blue-chip clients across the world, the latest evolution of the Internet of Things (IoT) enabled wireless control and management solution adds new pioneering features, including Building Energy Management System (BeMS) integration and emergency testing functionality.

EyeNut’s unique connectivity to BeMS delivers a complete synergy between all building management systems, providing a platform for controlling not only lighting, but also heating, ventilation, security systems and much more through one interface.

The adaptive technology, developed in partnership with Matrix, a company of E.ON, creates a unique interface between EyeNut and Tridium, allowing the transfer of data between systems, from triggering emergency tests to generating alerts about potential lamp failures.

Also on display will be the company’s latest range of innovative emergency lighting solutions, including the state-of-the-art EyeNut Combined Emergency driver and new MEMO maintained emergency drivers.

The EyeNut Combined Emergency driver allows users to retrofit automated emergency luminaire testing into large, multi-site estates for the first time – with results accessible from anywhere in the world via the cloud-based EyeNut system.

Harvard Technology’s EyeNut Combined Emergency driver incorporates a revolutionary automatic test feature, eliminating the requirement for monthly site visits by automating monthly and yearly tests required by test standard. All the results of the automatically scheduled functional and duration testing are exported for audit tracking through the EyeNut wireless lighting management system Graphic User Interface (GUI).

The pioneering MEMO maintained emergency drivers provide the functionality of a DALI self-test unit, whilst also incorporating a ZigBee radio for EyeNut compatibility. What’s more, this is all achieved within the same footprint and with the same mounting points as the ‘industry standard’ DALI unit.

The innovative EyeNut sensors are also a new introduction for 2017. The latest additions to the EyeNut sensor range utilise the next generation in smart sensor technology to deliver more intelligent, more effective functionality for a wide range of applications including high bay, retail lighting and more.

Harvard Technology’s new sensors integrate seamlessly with the EyeNut system via its secure open protocol, enabling efficient data acquisition on anything from energy consumption to temperature, air quality to occupancy detection, with all data stored on the GUI.

Andy Davies, head of development and specification at Harvard Technology, said: “We are really excited to be showing our latest innovative solutions for the first time at EMEX 2017. Our latest solutions are responding to the demands of the modern energy manager, allowing users to intelligently manage and monitor lighting across large estates from one single intuitive user interface, keep track of real time data on energy usage and cost savings, as well as revolutionise communication across their estate.”


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