Deco Lighting launches ‘Power over Ethernet’ Technology
Deco Lighting introduces DECO PoE (Power over Ethernet) integrated technology, debuting in the Vector interior architectural luminaire.
Deco Lighting introduces DECO PoE (Power over Ethernet) integrated technology, debuting in the Vector interior architectural luminaire. According to the company, DECO PoE, powered by Molex’s NCS Network, will bring a newly-conceptualised system to commercial building spaces that provide easier installation and smarter building monitoring than static LED lighting fixtures.
Intended to simplify the way lighting systems connect to an IP-based infrastructure for smart control, DECO PoE introduces a new paradigm where energy-saving LED luminaires evolve into a service and become an Internet of Things (IoT) building asset that can be controlled synergistically with other building functions. Integrating Deco’s Vector luminaire with next-generation NCS networked lighting controls, transforms the lighting fixture into a beacon for data collection and a center for distributing energy, environmental, and occupancy information.
Ben Pouladian, President and Co-Founder at Deco Lighting says, “We believe that the next generation of luminaire selection begins with the CIO or CTO of every organisation because lighting is no longer a binary product that simply produces light."