Designed to test emergency lighting, Lux Intelligent is an addressable, automatic system, which can examine compliance and functionality without the need for engineer intervention.
The system, which has been developed to work in conjunction with any fluorescent or LED light, is compliant with BS 5266. Cloud monitoring through mobile and web applications ensures that it can be managed effectively.
The Lux Intelligent cloud can store all test data for as long as it is required; reports can be accessed at the users’ convenience, and shared with contractors or maintenance partners if necessary.
Advanced has ensured that the system is capable of scaling to cover a variety of sites and locations. Its compatibility with any light fittings ensures that it offers a future-proof solution.
Having recognised the benefits of the Lux Intelligent system, the organisers of the Lux Awards have shortlisted it for the ‘Emergency Lighting Product of the Year’ award. The system has been praised for its configurability, cloud monitoring and ability to provide reassurance and peace of mind.
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