The open management platform of choice to operate all urban services integrated and in a true Smart City perspective.
PE Smart Lighting Node Neptune NEMA is a Sub-GHz IPv6/6LoWPAN hardware radio device. It is one of the components of the Paradox Engineering’s PE Smart Urban Network platform for urban environments, enabling the implementation of a self-built, self-healing IPv6/6LoWPAN mesh network to build a highly secure communication infrastructure for bidirectional data transmission. Full remote control of connected streetlights, performing on/off and dimming functions, executing schedules and customized patterns, and triggering dynamic sensor-based lighting. Connect additional motion sensors, vehicle traffic counters, tilt sensors and other devices to enable adaptive, sensor-based lighting patterns.
Voltage (max range) Vac
85 - 305 Current (max range) mA 37 – 24 (measured in RX mode, relay ON)
Frequency (max range) Hz
47 - 63 Appliance class - Class II
Integrated GPS receiver
5Vdc protected Temperature sensor Embedded – Temperature range (-40 to +85) °C with 2°C tolerance
Embedded- Ambient Luminance detection, LUX level range 0-64000, with 1 LUX resolution
600 W 1, relay switch synchronized to zero crossing Fuse 10 A internal fuse
0-10 V, PWM, PWM_N or DALI 1
Operating temperature range -40°C to +70°C
Antenna Embedded PCB antenna Connector NEMA standard ANSI C136.41 - 7 pin
IP66, IK09 MTBF >150.000 hours at operating temperature up to 70° according to MIL-HDBK-217F Ground Fixed environment
Enhanced security with HW Security Module (Crypto Engine) support Expansion connector embedded Available for optional expansion board (3V3, I2C, UART, SPI, GPIO)