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LED Streetlight Driver from Fulham and Tvilight Wins the Prestigious LEDs Magazine Sapphire Award

The wireless LED Driver developed by Tvilight and Fulham has won the prestigious LEDs Magazine Sapphire Award 2017 in the LED Driver category. This became known at the Awards Gala held on March 1, 2017 at Strategies in Light and The LED Show 2017.

The Sapphire Award program recognizes the most valuable technological advancements in the LED industry during the year. In 2017, the program received more than 100 submissions from 60 companies. Maury Wright, chief editor of LEDs Magazine, commented: “From LEDs and other enabling technologies to general lighting products and niche applications, the finalists have delivered outstanding solid-state lighting products.” The judging criteria included “the innovation in leveraging the unique benefits of LEDs along with ease of use, efficiency, reliability, and contribution to profitability.”

The new Fulham intelligent outdoor LED Driver builds on the functionality of SkyLite, Tvilight’s industry-leading wireless outdoor lighting controller. The combination of Fulham wireless LED Drivers with in-built a real-time broadband mesh network and smart city application from Tvilight enables cities, utilities, system integrators, airport/railway operators and other parties to capitalize on intelligent lighting networks and the Internet of Things technology.

Thanks to the SkyLite IoT architecture, the intelligent LED driver is offering advanced cloud management and health monitoring of the entire connected lighting infrastructure. Furthermore, it allows setting the output current of the LED Driver remotely, which reduces errors, improves lamp lifetime, and simplifies installation and maintenance of the infrastructure.

LEDs Magazine: “Fulham’s winning wireless programmable LED Drivers include cloud-based IoT management and controls for outdoor lighting networks, and are designed to support smart-city functions such as automatic dimming of outdoor lighting, traffic and environmental data collection, and more.” This is a much-needed breakthrough to make connected lighting affordable and accessible to cities across the globe.

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