Campion International, a UAE-based sustainable urban lighting company, will showcase a new generation of smart solar lights systems for metropolitan projects and smart cities at the upcoming Big 5 Solar 2017 exhibit from 26th-29th November at Dubai World Trade Centre. Exclusively established to hold Campion's trade name, the brand-new smart solar lighting solution is designed to meet the increasing demand for excellent quality solar lights products which fulfill the highest global standards.
"Environmentally-friendly and maintenance-free are 2 of the most valuable features of the Campion solar lighting systems, including our very popular solar street lights which currently supply an advancement function of being operated and kept track of from another location in order to quickly maintain performance and durability", discussed Mohammed Zain, Managing Partner of Campion International.
"We have incorporated the most recent in 'intelligent' networking to provide a remote tracking system with ‘linkable communication’ between each solar street light which can be accessed using Zigbee and GPRS technology", added Zain.
The company will certainly provide all visitors an extensive view on the effectiveness and feasibility of making use of the brand-new solar illumination system, created for the first time in the region using sustainable designs and intelligent innovations while utilizing the most up to date LED lighting solutions. The system is a portable, incorporated solar power kit qualified by its efficiency and aesthetic design, compared with the conventional solar illumination systems.
Furthermore, Campion Smart Control System uses customers cutting edge and real-time efficiency tracking as well as the flexibility to alter the lighting operation profile or LED brightness of the solar lights. Campion has actually created a world trending cordless remote procedure system to control the solar street lights by accessing Campion's procedures system. All lights are connected with a private Remote Terminal System (RTU) and one Data Terminal System (DTU) where one DTU could control 200 systems or less. The DTU system requires GPRS cellular network connection with much less than 10 MEGABYTES per month of data consumption. The system has real-time parameters to check its features and working performance, such as lights temperature, battery voltage, solar panel billing, along with an under voltage alarm and overload info, all parameters are regulated with a user-friendly interface.
"I would like to extend an invitation to everybody to see us at Big 5 Solar booth Z6 B41 to see the complete series of high-end solar lighting products which we are supplying in an effort to add to sustainability and combat climate change", said Mr Zain.