Synapse Wireless goes beyond lighting with SimplySnap networked wireless lighting control solution for smart luminaires

Seminar on advantages of D4i Enabled Luminaires Conducted at LightFair 2022

Synapse Wireless, Inc., an Internet of Things (IoT) company, and a member of the McWane family of companies will exhibit their SimplySnap wireless network lighting control platform during LightFair 2022 in Las Vegas from June 21 to 23, 2022, at Booth #1665 in the West Hall of the Smart Pavilion. Additionally, Michael Davidson, Lighting Controls Specialist with Synapse, will present a course along with industry experts, on the topic of “Smart Lighting with D4i-enabled Luminaires.”

The SimplySnap chip-to-cloud platform includes hardware, software, and services for a total wireless networked lighting control solution. For lighting-industry OEMs and channel representatives, the turnkey solution features field-installable and integrated control components, giving lighting designers various options to meet stringent energy codes and customer requirements. SimplySnap has a local browser interface built into each site controller and a cloud-based user interface for managing large enterprise and campus locations, both outdoor and indoor.

“With SimplySnap, you can rely on our field-proven wireless mesh networking technology to reliably connect to each light and sensor within your facility. Our intelligent lighting system scales
easily to support and wirelessly control small sites with a few hundred lights, installations with multiple locations, and larger sites with up to 10,000 lights,” stated Michael Davidson. Davidson
continued, “The best part? SimplySnap supports multi-site management through the cloud interface, allowing you to control all your locations with a single log-in.”

The SimplySnap platform capabilities include:
• Daylight Harvesting for Parking Garage and Industrial Spaces: Supports Open-loop Daylight Harvesting, which is designed specifically for large interior spaces with natural light.
• Proactive Alerts and Alarms: Notifications are sent immediately when issues are detected.
• External System Integration: Leverage the lighting controls with existing Building Management Systems (BMS).
• Dynamic Effects: For sports-lighting partners, add dynamic flashing sequences to increase entertainment value at any sports venue.

Davidson will conduct a seminar at LightFair about the advantages of D4i-enabled Luminaires. A key capability in use today is power monitoring for energy savings. D4i also stores asset information, diagnostics data, and identifies failure modes of the power source, LED driver and LED array. Attendees will understand how D4i simplifies compliance with networked lighting
control specifications from DLC. The course will feature real-world examples from a large regional electrical utility that utilizes D4i-enabled luminaires.

D4i is just one of the new technologies and capabilities that Synapse is innovating within the lighting industry to address other customer needs. “Synapse is known as the market leader for our
lighting controls systems used in high-wattage and high-lumen LEDs common in outdoor and indoor industrial and manufacturing applications. But the capabilities of SimplySnap have recently
expanded to tackle other problems in the manufacturing space, beyond lighting control alone.

Executive teams in manufacturing are focused on improving and tracking environmental and sustainability measures, while also enabling facility personnel to optimize their operations to improve profitability. With Energy Management and Equipment Uptime solutions built into SimplySnap, leaders in manufacturing will discover actionable insights to drive down energy costs and improve and track the state and health of equipment. All of this is available from a single system, SimplySnap,” stated Davidson.

The LightFair Session entitled, “Smart Lighting with D4i-enabled Luminaires: Energy Reporting, Asset Management, Predictive Maintenance, and More,” will be held on June 21st from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. PST. at LightFair 2022 in Las Vegas.

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