The operating principles of the smartAC control system are based on PLC (Power Line Communication) technology, which allows data to be transmitted over the power line. Many people know that today PLC is used to organize an information channel with a speed of 2 Gbit/s via power wires in home networks.
To control the lighting, the distance over which control signals can be transmitted is important. At what distance, without repeaters, is it possible to transmit control signals on the power line? 100, 200 or 500 m?
Lighting management system (LMS) smartAC developed by Light Route allows transmitting control signals for luminaires over a distance of more than 5 km, without amplifying these signals, and for this you need only L and N wires.
LMS smartAC is designed for remote lighting control; it is designed to operate on AC power with a nominal frequency of 50 Hz and a rated voltage of 230 V.