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Schréder launches OWLET Nightshift, a brand new wireless control system at Lightfair International 2010

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OWLET Nightshift is a brand-new system for monitoring, controlling, metering and managing outdoor lighting.

| July 26, 2010

LAS VEGAS – Schréder Lighting USA is launching the OWLET Nightshift, a new wireless control system for managing street lighting in urban environments. Schréder Lighting USA will exhibit its newest products at Lightfair International 2010, hosted at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Booth #2273.

OWLET Nightshift saves energy, reduces greenhouse gas emissions, improves outdoor lighting reliability and lowers maintenance costs.

OWLET Nightshift is a new telemanagement system for monitoring, controlling, metering and managing outdoor lighting. Based on open technologies.
 
Each individual light point can be switched on or off, or dimmed at any time. Operating status, energy consumption and possible failures are reported and stored in a database with exact time stamp and geographical location. The system also meters energy use. OWLET Nightshift helps pubic lighting managers ensure the exact level of "The Right Light" on the street while improving reliability of outdoor lighting and reducing operating costs.
 
Using open technologies and a secure connection to the internet, street lighting can be controlled with technical precision, using modern The web-based applications.

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