Magnum Energy Solutions Unveils OPUS Lighting for Smart Presence Sensing

San Diego, CA --- Magnum Energy Solutions introduces the Magnum OPUS node, an exciting fixture-embedded smart lighting system that will be showcased at 2016 Lightfair.

The Magnum OPUS system is extremely flexible and truly scalable, capable of operating standalone, with software or integrated seamlessly into BACnet, providing lots of user friendly configurable options. Experts in embedding intelligence at the hardware level, Magnum is a pioneer in enabling smart lighting affordably and without needing to buy expensive servers and software.

Given the trend towards integrating lighting with building automation, intelligent lighting systems like OPUS that can easily integrate with BACnet are becoming increasingly popular. In fact, the smart lighting market is projected to reach USD 56.62 billion in 2020 according to Transparency Market Research and Magnum OPUS Lighting nodes are perfect in the way they leverage smart building technology When integrated with a building management system, OPUS Lighting enables its data to be fully optimized, automated and controlled with the rest of the building’s systems. Light status, dim levels, occupancy sensing, temperature data and even power consumption can all be gathered through lighting and translated into BACnet inputs using Magnum’s eBox gateway.

Magnum OPUS products are feature-rich, easily configured and commissioned using Magnum’s patent pending AirConfig tool. AirConfig utilizes a simple drag and drop interface that makes both bench and field commissioning quick and simple to do.

The Magnum OPUS lighting node line includes DALI, 0-10V dim-to-off and PWM compatibility. The robust line of nodes are specifically designed for inclusion by fixture and driver manufacturers who want to incorporate controls into their fixtures. Magnum can also customize lighting solutions for interested OEMs or for specific applications.

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