Silvair empowers luminaire makers to deliver a complete smart lighting experience to their customers. Our wireless lighting control solutions can be integrated with a wide range of components, enabling lighting manufacturers to build their products in the most cost- and time-effective way.
We will drastically shorten your time to market with our dedicated evaluation tools and robust commissioning \ maintenance software that can be branded as your own.
There are a few ways to build a Bluetooth mesh lighting system with the help of our flexible firmware solutions.
Choose the one that works best for you and your customers. Possible implementations include:
The most efficient way of turning an existing wired system into a robust smart lighting network is by adding Bluetooth mesh enabled wall switches and sensors, as well as fixture controllers (Bluetooth mesh bridge devices).
To support advanced lighting control strategies, smart lighting systems need to employ Bluetooth mesh enabled sensors and switches, as well as Bluetooth mesh enabled drivers/controllers. The latter receive sensor values that are broadcast wirelessly via Bluetooth mesh and decide what lighting control commands to apply to particular luminaires.
In the most straightforward application, input devices (usually wall switches/panels) and drivers implement Bluetooth mesh connectivity enabled by Silvair’s lighting control firmware. There is no need to run wiring between the two, since the control signal is transmitted wirelessly.
To let your customers unleash the full potential of connected lighting products based on Bluetooth mesh, we have developed a complete solution for managing connected lighting systems. It includes advanced commissioning, maintenance and monitoring tools, while also laying infrastructure for value-added IoT services.
Silvair provides all the ingredients you need to make your transition to wireless as smooth as it can be. We enable our partners to focus on their core business activities, while delivering a complete wireless solution for lighting control. Join a globally interoperable lighting control ecosystem driven by Bluetooth mesh and grow your business with the most advanced wireless technology on the market!
ALPHABET is an American manufacturer of innovative, commercial and architectural light fixtures and a brand of parent company LEDRAbrands, which continues to provide the latest in cutting-edge Bluetooth® control, Intelligent, Human Centric and Color Quality LED technology.
Demand Lighting is one of the leading woman owned, US based manufacturer direct supplier of commercial LED lighting solutions in North America. Their solution goes beyond manufacturing LED lights. The company guides customers from start to finish - from analysis, product selection, installation, recycle and rebate capture.
Linmore LED Labs makes a high performance line of commercial and industrial LED solutions for both retrofit and new fixture installations. Linmore LED is known for its patented Light Bars and makes its own innovative drivers for a vertically integrated approach to the market. Linmore LED’s product line is designed for performance, efficiency, maintainability, and longevity offering 20 year warranty on many products.
Los Angeles Lighting Manufacturing Company is the largest lighting manufacturer on the West Coast. Renowned for high quality and reliability, the company offers LED luminaires for commercial and industrial applications. All of its products are designed and manufactured in Los Angeles.
Zumtobel is an innovation leader in the lighting world, offering a comprehensive range of premium luminaires, lighting control systems and tailor-made services across the full range of applications in professional indoor lighting, including offices, schools, showrooms, hotels, wellness and healthcare facilities, the arts and industry, as well as in architectural and urban outdoor lighting and the residential sector.
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