Sacramento, Calif. March 5, 2021—McWong International, a leading innovator in Bluetooth® mesh technology, is pleased to introduce a new level of interoperability to its award-winning TruBlu control platform. The new controls, which include occupancy sensors and control modules, feature compliance with the latest specifications by Zhaga Consortium Book 20 as well as the D4i specifications.
This advance combines the interoperability of communication between control nodes via the Bluetooth SIG-qualified mesh functionality with the mechanical interoperability outlined by Zhaga Book 20 and the intra-luminaire interoperability of DALI D4i. With these new products, TruBlu offers the most advanced level of interoperability available in the marketplace today for indoor applications.
The new controls include passive infrared occupancy sensors featuring the Zhaga connector and enabling occupancy-based ON/OFF, continuous dimming, high-end trim, zone control as well as daylight harvesting. In addition, via the DALI capability, users can obtain real-time luminaire, energy and power data, and diagnostic and maintenance data. The new control modules provide advanced capabilities including real-time energy monitoring, scheduling and occupancy mapping with the addition of an optional gateway.
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For 30+ years, McWong has produced superior lighting controls and related electrical power and protection components. Today, McWong has engineered IoT solutions for today’s rapidly changing marketplace. With advanced design and manufacturing facilities, McWong offers extensive component choices for OEMs as well as robust solutions for contractors, ESCOs and facility managers.