SACRAMENTO, Calif. August 24, 2022— McWong International, a leading lighting and controls solutions provider, has teamed with MRA Group and Luminosity Lighting Associates (L2A), as well as its technology partner Silvair, to provide flexible outdoor lighting control for Spring House Innovation Park, a 1960s style commercial campus that is being re-imagined for today’s life and work needs. The project team designed and implemented a flexible qualified Bluetooth mesh control network throughout the 133-acre campus to provide facility management fingertip adjustability while offering occupants responsive lighting regardless of the time of day or night.
The team selected McWong’s qualified Bluetooth mesh control platform, TruBlu.™ “We were very impressed with the scalability of the platform,” said Jim Edmonds, Project Manager, L2A, “and knew that robust wireless control was critical.” The project team selected High Efficiency LED shoebox and Cobra-head style fixtures for roadway lighting mounted on 12’ poles, to comply with township requirements that outdoor lighting fixtures remain below tree level. Pathway and courtyard lighting included 3-arm, post-top style decorative lighting. All fixtures were sourced from Utopia Lighting. The control network encompassed a combination of TruBlu passive infrared motion sensors, TruBlu photo sensors and gateway controllers. Control devices for the roadway fixtures were installed at the factory while the remaining control devices were installed onsite.
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