Keep Lights Efficient

Keep Lights Efficient

Reduces lighting energy costs, while enabling load management and demand response for resiliency and reduced energy costs, all while maintaining safety, comfort, and productivity.

Local lighting controllers are deployed that securely communicate with the ONIT cloud platform for command and control. Local autonomous controller microprocessors actuate lighting fixtures in combination with intelligent sensing.

Lighting Control Performance

The Keep Lighting Efficient (KLE) product reduces energy costs both at the local lighting circuit level and at the facility level, while improving resiliency by intelligently focusing on when to use energy and commanding this usage in coordination with the facility energy-to-load balance and utility’s tariffs.

Customers reduce their lighting circuit energy costs by 20%-50% from their existing non-automated power circuit, while typically improving safety, comfort, security, resiliency, and productivity. Energy usage and lighting states are captured for analysis through the SEAP cloud based platform.

Whether the required lighting control preference calls for motion control, lumens control, and/or a combination of the two with time scheduled control, the installed KLE system has the functionality and adjustment flexibility readily available from your web browser. The Keep Lighting Efficient product installation will enable local control and web browser accessible lighting control optimization that is simple to set it and forget it as it reduces energy usage and costs.

Need to know when a lighting circuit's lights are not working as designed? The SEAP FDD alarming system can notify you on your terms to repair defective lighting.

Need to know the life-cycle saving from the installation of new lights and the Keep Lights Efficient deployment? SEAP's M&V module can provide you with totalized energy savings and usage allowing you to track your energy cost reductions over time and experiment on how best to reduce energy costs.

SEAP's logging of user actions on the system will point directly to who or what changed what to improve or degrade your lighting energy cost savings. The functionality of control settings can be limited to specific users of the SEAP platform.

Intelligent Lighting Energy Demand

The Keep Lighting Efficient product is installed locally to autonomously control a lighting circuit. Locally installed ONIT and third party intelligent sensors and switches coordinate with the autonomous local microprocessor that securely communicates with ONIT;s SEAP cloud platform to reduce energy costs while maintaining productivity, safety, and comfort.

This lighting monitoring and control system is automatically integrated within the SEAP platform's facility microgrid EMIS/ASO modules to provide you with the ability to automatically balance load and generation at the facility for utility interoperability, resiliency, and energy optimization.

Intelligent Sensing

The space's occupancy state is monitored with occupancy sensing through bluetooth and motion detection. The determination of occupancy is fully adjustable and integrated with the scheduling requirements for that space. Any number of sensors from legacy monitoring systems or third party sensors can be integrated with the lighting circuit controller.

Need to know when a lighting circuit's lights are not working as designed? The SEAP FDD alarming system can notify you on your customized terms of detected deficiencies like defective lights.

Anomalies are sensed to ensure that operations are running smoothly, notifying operational or technical staff, based on the facility's operational procedures, if things are not working as expected by the Fault Detection and Diagnostics (FDD) system.

The FDD alarm system works in coordination with all of ONIT's SEAP solutions to notify the right people on the required terms based on the severity of the incident, minimizing alarm fatigue through intelligent hierarchical smart alarming of operational, supervisory, and customized alarm conditions. A fault detection alarm is presented with the equipment location, possible fault conditions that caused the alarm, and a list of possible solutions and actions to take based on the detected fault, removing the guessing of how to get the facility back up to peak performance.