ARQUITECTURA DE PROGRAMACIÓN EN CAMPO DE EQUIPOS DE ALUMBRADO PÚBLICO SIN HARDWARE DE COMUNICACIONES PUNTO A PUNTO
Andres-Diaz, Jose Ramon
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The regulatory norms of energy efficiency in outdoor lighting installations, independently of promoting the implementation of new sources of light, also support the use of regulation systems that adapt lighting levels and consumption to the particular needs of different stages that occur during the night (dusk, early morning, dawn,...) Between 2014 and 2016 many public tender procedures generated for the renewal of public lighting installation required the acquisition of remote management architectures that are able to control individually the luminaires. These systems have proven to be very powerful, but at the same time, complex and with high operating costs (communications, maintenance,...) In this work we present a low cost system that allows to communicate with their installed luminaires from the electrical panels to modify their regulation of intensity regulation to adapt themselves to changing needs: winters or summers with duration of nights and social differentiated behaviors, fairs, special events,... Electronic micro-systems with the ability to count periods of time can detect controlled start-up pulses generated from the electric panels that allow the simultaneous programming of all their associated luminaires. The technological characteristics and particularities of implementation with different types of commercial equipment and the results obtained in real installations are analyzed.
- CIDIP 2018 (Madrid)