Smart Lighting System

SCCS is a cloud-based solution with advanced communication and easy integration with existing installations, can monitor individual luminaries up to millions of lamp nodes. It facilitates reduction in power consumption, CO2, emission and light pollution and moreover and optimized maintenance planning.

1. Multi-Functional

SCCS platform is designed to manage and control the power cabinets and street lights with different communication technology, including street lighting control by PLC, RS485, Zigbee, LoRaWAN, RF Mesh and NB-IoT. It also provides different smart lighting applications for street lighting, facade lighting, solar lighting, tunnel lighting and smart poles. Map based visualization, real-time and total energy report and malfunction alarm helps to make decisions in time and reduce operational cost significantly.

2. User-Friendly

The SCCS has been upgraded for dozens of times in the past 9 years, making it more user-friendly and efficient. The users can remotely control every lamp in the desktop, tablet PC or smart phone application. Based on our project experience worldwide, multi-language version system enables you have a quick-start after deployment.

3. Flexible

The advanced structure design of SCCS allows almost unlimited quantity of lamp controllers in the cloud-based server, suitable for any size of cities. The SCCS provides different interfaces for hardware and software from third party, and customization to your specific needs.

BBIER Smart lighting systems have many advantages, including:

Energy efficiency: Smart lighting systems use LED lights, which consume less energy than traditional lighting systems. Also, they can be programmed to turn on and off based on occupancy or daylight, which can further reduce energy consumption.

Convenience: Smart lighting systems allow you to control the lighting in your home or office with just a smartphone app or voice command, without having to manually switch on/off each light.

Customization: With smart lighting systems, you can adjust the brightness, color temperature, and color of your lights to create different moods and ambiance. You can also create different lighting scenes for different occasions, such as a romantic dinner or a movie night.

Security: Smart lighting systems can be programmed to turn on and off at specific times or when motion is detected, which can make it look like someone is at home even when you’re away. This can help deter potential burglars and enhance the security of your property.

Health benefits: Smart lighting systems can be programmed to adjust the color temperature of your lights based on the time of day, which can help regulate your circadian rhythm and improve your sleep quality.

Cost savings: Although smart lighting systems may have a higher upfront cost than traditional lighting systems, they can save you money in the long run by reducing energy consumption and maintenance costs.

Remote access: With smart lighting systems, you can control your lights remotely from anywhere using your smartphone or tablet. This means you can turn on/off your lights even when you’re not at home, which can be convenient if you forget to turn them off before leaving.

Integration with other smart devices: Smart lighting systems can be integrated with other smart devices, such as smart speakers, thermostats, and security systems, to create a more cohesive and automated smart home experience.

Easy installation: Smart lighting systems are typically easy to install, especially if you opt for a wireless system. This means you don’t need to hire an electrician to install new wiring and can install the system yourself in just a few hours.

Environmentally friendly: Smart lighting systems not only consume less energy, but they also produce less waste than traditional lighting systems, as LED lights have a longer lifespan and don’t contain hazardous materials like mercury.

Overall, smart lighting systems offer a wide range of advantages that can improve the comfort, convenience, and security of your home or office while reducing energy consumption and cost.