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Our portfolio

Our offer includes all systems of the world leader in the lighting market: wired and wireless Dynalite, Interact, Color Kinetics systems, based on DALI, BT, Zigbee and DMX protocols. The multitude of components and possible configurations allows us to meet even the most demanding projects. We are an official Partner and Certified Integrator of Philips Lighting solutions.

Modular network devices, adapted to work in any type of distributed control network, have the significant advantage of allowing the creation of flexible and easy-to-modify automation systems. Already in 1995, WAGO presented components for creating a field network, enabling modular expansion of the network node, depending on needs. Since then, the system has been constantly developed and expanded to include modern solutions for control systems and displays.

The Helvar lighting management system is based on two open protocols: DALI and Ethernet. The combination of both of these communication standards makes the lighting management system provide enormous possibilities and can be used in both small, simple applications and large and complex projects.

Multisensors, switch modules, controllers and, more recently, smartphone applications - all these elements have one thing in common: they transmit operational commands triggered by the user or the environment, i.e. short-term commands, directly or indirectly to artificial lighting sources.

Our offer also includes components and systems from other manufacturers, such as Osram, Tridonic, L-Tech, and others. We are able to combine the best features of various systems, integrate them with each other and select the best solutions.

We create our own applications for mobile devices, graphics and visualizations. We cooperate with high-class IT specialists and graphic designers.

We also create our own "custom" solutions. We design, construct and deliver additional system components, e.g. dedicated touch panels, tablets, sensors such as our gesture sensor, or translation modules between protocols.