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Opinion: Connected Lighting Turns On Sales

SANTA CLARA, Calif. --  Lighting can have a powerful effect on customers.

If you walk into a store that has bare bulbs or burnt out fixtures that are casting sections of the store into darkness, your first impression is tainted. Automatically the store seems low-end, possibly dirty and unsafe. Instead of lingering, you grab whatever you came in for and leave as quickly as you can.

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E100 Gateway Smart Lighting Control

Processes sensor data and programmed schedules to optimize the environment while also enabling user control via Cortet Certified devices and the Cortet Lighting app.

The E100 Gateway (CGW-E-0100) from Cortet by CEL ­is a compact (approx. 2″ x 2″ x 1″) wireless Gateway that provides both local and IoT based control for a wide range of lighting devices, accessories, fixtures, controllers, and switches for small or medium scale commercial facilities. It acts as a smart lighting control hub, processing sensor data and programmed schedules to optimize the environment while also enabling user control via Cortet Certified devices and the Cortet Lighting app.
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Cortet’s Tools for Smart Buildings

The wireless system can simultaneously control lights in a variety of spaces.
 
Cortet, a provider of smart building IoT—Internet of Things—technologies, has created the Lighting Control Solution, a comprehensive IoT-enabled intelligent wireless lighting control system that provides automated, simple and secure system for controlling lights in modern smart buildings.
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Area-based or Fixture-based Lighting Controls?

Once you have your lighting design mapped out, it is time to decide how to control each fixture. Even if you have an existing building and are retrofitting with network controls it can take time and careful thought to determine if you should use fixture or area-based controls. This decision is important for room function, design and also efficiency.
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Determining Where to Use Area Lighting Vs. Fixture-based Lighting

Energy-efficient lighting in commercial buildings is about more than swapping out bulbs—just installing LEDs is not enough. Connected lighting solutions provide opportunities for energy savings and a better user experience for building occupants. Once the decision has been made to go with a connected lighting interface in a building, the next step is to weigh the options of area- versus fixture-based controls. One is not necessarily better than the other; rather, the decision will rely on how each area of the building will be used or potentially used in the future.
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