Radio-based single battery luminaire system


Changes in listed buildings, as well as in complex technical building conditions or in existing cabling, are often accompanied by electro-technical and financial expenditure. With the SC NET CMR (self contained central monitored radio controlled) radio-based emergency lighting system, all luminaires can be installed and monitored without extensive intervention in the building structure.

The SC NET CMR radio-based emergency lighting system is the best solution when limits are reached.

Flexible positioning

Due to the radio-based communication, the luminaires can be placed flexibly in the building. The CMR luminaires are simply supplied from the nearest 230 V general lighting circuit.

IP Sec encryption

Our radio-based luminaires communicate on a standardised frequency band of 868 MHz. The data exchange is secured by IP Sec encryption.

Full Net integration

Each individual luminaire can be controlled by networked switching contacts. Safety-relevant requirements (e.g. fire, power failure, etc.) can be conveniently exchanged between other decentralised SU NET systems and SC NET CMR controllers.

70 %

Our many years of experience with the use of lithium-ion technology in emergency lighting systems has shown that a 70 % gentle charge has a positive effect on the service life of lithium-ion batteries. If the nominal operating time is no longer reached after a few years, the luminaire charges its battery to 100% and signals to you the “full charge mode” on the CMR controller.Your benefit: You can include an upcoming battery replacement in your budget planning 1 year in advance.

When safety has several facets

Options with SC NET CMR

  • Control and monitor our autonomous SC CMR emergency luminaires
  • Display of status and fault messages
  • Savingof events (fire alarm, power failure, etc.)
  • Automatic or manual triggering of function and operating duration tests
  • Blocking settingsfor temporally unused areas
  • Integration of fire alarm system
  • Switchabilityand dimmability of each individual luminaire

With the integrated TCP/IP interfaces, the system can be individually expanded and the advantages of the networkable NET function can be used in the din emergency lighting network.

Active smartphones permanently transmit a signal between 100mW and 2,000 mW. An SC CMR radio luminaire, on the other hand, only transmits every three minutes with a minimum signal strength of 0.2mW to 2mW. This means 1,000 times less radio exposure compared to conventional smartphones. A radio-based emergency lighting system is therefore no cause for concern.

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Keep an eye on your emergency lighting

With the practical mySU app, you know the status of your emergency lighting systems at all times – no matter where you are. If a system status changes, you will be informed automatically.

Would you also like emergency lighting updates on the go for your radio-based SC NET CMR Controller? Discover the benefits of our mySU App.

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