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Bluetooth LED Controller

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Bluetooth LED ControllerThe Bluetooth to 0-10V SmartBridge from Fulham Co. Inc. is a controller that adds wireless Bluetooth access and control to dimmable LED luminaires.

By adding Bluetooth mesh support, multiple LED controllers can be incorporated into a wireless network to manage a building’s lighting infrastructure. Since the Bluetooth SmartBridge is compliant with the specifications for SIG-qualified Bluetooth mesh, it can support two-way data communications and can be used to remotely commission LED drivers and update firmware, as well as monitor and control luminaires from any Bluetooth-enabled device.

iOS- and Android-compatible mobile apps provide Bluetooth lighting controls from a smartphone or tablet.

Photonics Spectra
Jul 2019

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