Intelligent lighting - Part 3
We’re at the highest level of intelligence in the third part of this series with controllers that are industry 4.0 ready, with TRINITI™.
To help explain the benefits of this technology, we’ve divided it into 3 parts:
INTEGRATION - LIVE DATA - CONTROL
The TRINITI™ chip stores the make, model and serial number of the light as well as a weblink to its documentation
Settings are seamlessly migrated across to new lights and user interfaces
MAXIMUM & SAFE OVERDRIVING / STROBING
LEDs are current (not voltage) driven. The controller automatically knows what the light’s maximum current is because the overdrive profile is stored in the light. It also knows the temperatures of the lights so it can turn them off if they’re too hot.
MONITORED LIGHT OUTPUT
As we mentioned in the previous part of this series, the software can check the intensity of the image and provide feedback to the controller for any adjustments
Light data can be associated to databases so that each time a light setting is made for a product variant, it is stored in the associated database.
The parameters are then automatically retrieved when the variant is detected in the process